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Old 02-02-2005, 07:16 PM
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Question Needing some help from KS

I have a few quetions that only you guys can answer for me.

My sister and brother in law are moving to Chicago so he can attent Northwestern University for his Residency in med school and they are looking for a good area to live in. It will be them and a baby. The areas she has mentioned so far are:

Humbolt Park - Division Street
Logan Square - NOrth of Humbolt Park
Buck Town

I believe she told me that they are all West of I-90. they are looking for a safe place to stay and one in a nice area. I believe they are looking for a 2 bedroom place loft I think or anything similiar. Once again we just need some ideas on where to point them in there search. Any links or info would be greatly appreciated.

My bro-in-law likes to tease me about my FTE buddies and GTG's so it was funny when he asked me to see if I could help him out. I did drag him to a show last summer so maybe that changed his mind LOL

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Why live downtown in Chicago?

Find a nice quiet suburb.......they won't be taxed to death that way.
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Well what areas would be good for them. He needs something that is accessible to Northwestern also.
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Contact a realtor and ask about the Park Ridge - Niles - Morton Grove or Evanston area.
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