At the turn of the 20 century, this community had become a residential community for the wealthy and saw numerous immigrants settle in the area looking to lay down their roots in Chicago’s expanding society. Rogers Park is one of the most diverse neighborhoods in Chicago and its streets show it with a fabulous variety of restaurants, architecture, and local businesses sure to provide the distinct feel of the Chicago atmosphere away from the dense blocks of skyscrapers and high-rise apartment buildings. A part of North Chicago and located right on Lake Michigan, Rogers Park has areas of interest as diverse as the community itself. Head down Clark Street for great eateries such as , or before going over to Glenwood Ave for drinks at or Fudy T’s. Make use of the local businesses by visiting one of many spas or fitness gyms in the area. For anyone looking for a day in the sun, hit the links at or cool off at the right near the beautiful Loyola University campus which spans the coast of Rogers Park and keeps the neighborhood alive on a daily basis. While this community offers much in the way of business and attractions, Rogers Park also provides good schools for kids to learn and parks for families to play in with easy transportation through bus, Metra, and el trains so any commute to work or surrounding events is simple.
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