Rogers Park Located on the far north side of Chicago and adjacent to Lake Michigan, Rogers Park is definitely one of the city s most beautiful neighborhoods all year round! Despite its humble beginnings as a small village, Rogers Park has grown into one of Chicago s most iconic community areas. Historically settled by farmers and subsequently home to various groups of immigrants, it is also one of Chicago s most diverse neighborhoods. Situated between Northwestern University (Evanston) and Loyola University Chicago, Rogers Park is inclusive, culturally rich, and forward-thinking. Thanks to the excellent public transportation available, residents can easily reach downtown Chicago, or make their way out to the suburbs. Those who enjoy the outdoors can relax on one of several beaches in warm weather, go for walks or bike rides along the Lakeshore, and even leave their own mark on the neighborhood during The Artists of the Wall Festival in the summertime. Things to Do Recreation: Lake Michigan, its beaches, many parks Triangle, Rogers, Howard, Leone, Loyola, Tobey Prinz, Hartigan, Willye B. White, Dubkin, Pottawattomie, Louis Goldberg, Matanky, and Touhy Transportation: CTA Red, Yellow, Purple lines, buses, the Metra (Rogers Park stop) Culture: Mile of Murals, Emil Bach House, The New 400 Theatre, Lifeline Theatre, Gerber Hart Library, The Chicago Comedy Film Festival Shopping: Armadillo s Pillow Inc. (bookstore), Flatts and Sharpe Music Co., Lost Eras (costumes props), Hops Grapes (liquor), Rogers Park Florist, Rogers Park Provisions (gift shop), Third Coast Comics For Foodies: Common Cup (coffee shop), Susie s Noon Hour Grill, Good to Go (Jamaican), J.B. Alberto s Pizza, bopNgrill (Korean/burgers), Smack Dab Chicago (caf), The Taste of Peru Drinks: Rogers Park Social, The Glenwood, The Oasis Tavern, Lighthouse Tavern Notable residents: Betty Ford, Tine Fey, Edward Gorey, Vivian Maier, Dan Savage
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$20 monthly fee per cat.