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Albany Park

4837 N. Kedzie Ave

Chicago, IL 60625


Fun Fact: Former General Manager of the Chicago Bulls Jerry Krause was raised in Albany Park.


314 West Indian Trl

Aurora, IL 60506


Fun Fact: Aurora, IL is the setting of the iconic comedy duology Wayne’s World and Wayne’s World 2.

Back of the Yards

1801 W. 47th St

Chicago, IL 60609


Fun Fact: Back of the Yards was used as the setting for Upton Sinclair’s 1906 novel titled The Jungle


8258 S. Harlem Ave

Bridgeview, IL 60455


Fun Fact: Bridgeview was nearly named Oketo instead of its current, aforementioned name. However, Oketo remains a well-known street name in the Chicagoland area.

Calumet City

663 River Oaks Dr 

Calumet City, IL 60409


Fun Fact: Calumet City is the hometown of John Belushi and Dan Aykroyd’s characters in the iconic film The Blues Brothers.  


740 E. 87th St

Chicago, IL 60619


Fun Fact: Former Senator Roland Burris is a resident of Chatham. 

Chicago Heights

165 W. Joe Orr Rd

Chicago Heights, IL 60411


Fun Fact: Chicago Heights is the hometown of powerhouse TV writer and producer Shonda Rhimes, known for series such as Scandal, Grey’s Anatomy and How to Get Away With Murder.


5116 W. Cermak Rd

Cicero, IL 60804


Fun Fact: JoBe Cerny is from Cicero. Most notably, Cerny is known for voicing the iconic pastry mascot the Pillsbury Doughboy. 


1350 E. Chicago St (Unit 21)

Elgin, IL 60120


Fun Fact: Elgin has made appearances in a number of horror films and thrillers over the years, including the remake of A Nightmare on Elm Street and The Purge


123 W. 159th St

Harvey, IL 60426


Fun Fact: Harvey’s Dixie Square Mall was used as the setting for the iconic indoor car chase seen in the movie The Blues Brothers. 


2418 N. Cicero Ave

Chicago, IL 60639


Fun Fact: Hermosa is the birthplace of Walt Disney. You may know him as the creator of a little known amusement park known as Disneyland, as well as Disney World. Moreso, he is known for inventing the cartoon character Mickey Mouse. 

In short, Hermosa is the birthplace of one of the most famous men on the planet.

Humboldt Park

3325 W. North Ave

Chicago, IL 60647


Fun Fact: One of Sarah Paretsky’s V.I. Warshawski novels, titled Hard Time, is set in Humboldt Park.


18 S. Larkin Ave (Unit 10)

Joliet, IL 60436


Fun Fact: Robert Redford’s character from the Oscar-winning film The Sting is from Joliet. Moreover, the Joliet Prison was used for filming the first season of the hit FOX television series Prison Break.

Little Village

3633 W. 26th St

Chicago, IL 60623


Fun Fact: Wheel of Fortune host Pat Sajak is a former resident of Little Village. Further, many residents have dubbed Little Village “Mexico of the Midwest.”

Melrose Park

2523 W. Lake St

Melrose Park, IL 60160


Fun Fact: Veep and My Girl star Anna Chlumsky graduated from Melrose Park’s Walther Christian Academy. In addition to Walther Christian Academy, Melrose Park is the home of nearly 10 private schools. 


14653 S. Cicero Ave

 Midlothian, IL 60445


Fun Fact: Gary Bettenhausen graduated from Midlothian’s Bremen High School in 1962. In addition, the area is known for its annual St. Christopher Fiesta, which is held at the St. Christopher Catholic Church.

North Riverside

7333 W. 25th St

North Riverside, IL 60546


Fun Fact: The North Riverside Mall is a well-known shopping center in Illinois that is home to over 100 shops. 

Palos Hills

10338 S. Harlem Ave

Palos Hills, IL 60465


Fun Fact: Palos Hills is barely 60 years old. The city was established in 1958.

Wicker Park

2559 W. North Ave

Chicago, IL 60647


Fun Fact: MTV’s The Real World: Chicago was filmed in Wicker Park. As a result, this caused intense protests among the local community.