About Edison Park

Located in Chicago's farthest Northwest region, Edison Park was once its very own community, but in 1910 integrated into the city of Chicago. It still maintains its community feeling however, and offers plenty of walkable streets lined with locally owned restaurants and small businesses. Many who choose to live here work in the city but enjoy being slightly away from it all. Or similarly, they work in the suburbs but enjoy living close to the city. The ease of traffic and commuting (whether by car or CTA and bus) for these purposes is this quaint community's main draw. Affordability is great in Edison Park, with plenty of options ranging from single family homes to apartments and condos. Eat: Café Touche, Don Juan's Restaurante, Elliott's Seafood Grille & Chop House, Zia's Trattoria Play: Edison Park Fest, Annual Art Walk, Edison Park Bowl Shop: Happy Foods

About Edison Park

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