Best For: Diverse Crowds, Cheaper Alternatives
About Humboldt Park
Most often separated into ‘East’ and ‘West’ Humboldt Park, both can lay claim to a neighborhood boasting one of Chicago’s best and largest parks. The large neighborhood has a diverse residence, with lots of Hispanic influences that manifest in annual festivals and great daily food spots.
East Humboldt Park’s prices are more inline with it’s neighbor Wicker Park and tend to outpace those to the West, where more affordable living options exist. Across the neighborhood are traditional two and three flat condos and older single family homes.
Living in Humboldt Park
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See what it's like to live in the Humboldt Park neighborhood of Chicago with reviews and statistics on crime, real estate, and cost of living.
Eating in Humboldt Park
Where are the best and hottest new restaurants?
Browsing all of Humboldt Park, Chicago, IL - Kai Zan, Spinning J, Star Lounge Coffee Bar, Garfield Park Conservatory, Papa's Cache Sabroso, Rootstock Wine & Beer Bar, Feed, Boeufhaus, Lula Cafe, Shokolad