What are the Current Market Conditions for Edgewater? (Source: wikimedia.commons)

Chicago's Edgewater Neighborhood

Looking for the very best of North Side living? Chicago's Edgewater - a community area bordered on the north by Devon Avenue, on the south by Foster Avenue, west by Ravenswood Avenue, and on the east by Lake Michigan - is located about seven miles north of the Loop.

Once a popular haunt of celebrities, politicians, and other big shots, Edgewater is still notable for its easy access to beaches, its plethora of winning local businesses, and its central Bryn Mawr historic district, which comes complete with vintage lamp posts and architecture that instantly whisks you back to the roaring 1920s. 

Want to get a better feel for this unique slice of Chicagoland? Here are a few resources worth checking out:

Want to call Edgewater home? Ready to buy or sell in this amazing area? Here are the current housing market statistics for Edgewater that you need to know now:

Edgewater's Current Condo Market

1. The Median Sales Price of an Edgewater Condo Is Bouncing Back

So, you’ve found the house of your dreams and you’re ready to talk with your real estate agent about making an offer.

At this point, many people’s minds tend drift ahead, to the amazing days and relaxing nights they’ll spend in their new home. Remember, though – the hard part isn’t over yet! There’s still plenty left to be done before you get to call this place home.

Your first step? Making sure that your offer is a success! Here’s a checklist of what you need to have on hand when making the next move – before the big move:

1.) Direction

Knowing how to make an offer will take some savvy – and this will come straight from your agent, after you decide to put in your offer.

When you hired your real estate agent, if you asked the right questions and collaborated closely from the get-go, you've ensured that you’re working with someone who offers a style of guidance and communication that suits your needs.

Why Lincoln Park?

We've got two words for you: "Free Zoo." 

Lincoln Park is home to one of the country's last free zoos, meaning that your neighbors would be actual party animals. But if a sweet sloth and its friends aren't enough to draw you to the neighborhood, there are lots of other perks to living in Lincoln Park. It offers institutions devoted to preserving Chicago's history and culture, including the Lincoln Park Conservatory, the Chicago History Museum, and the Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum. 

And, if you're hungry, there are a ton of diverse dining spots, along with plenty of beloved old school mainstays (the Wiener's Circle, anybody?).

Looking to learn more about this iconic Chicago neighborhood? Check out some of these handy resources:

Lincoln Park blends sophistication with Chicago's salty sense of humor and history, and is a great place to call home. Ready to take a look for yourself? Here are the current stats for Lincoln Park's condo and housing market:

Lincoln Park's Current Condo Market 

1. The Median Sale Price of a Lincoln Park Condo Has Come Down from Recent Highs

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