Moving to Old Irving Park in Chicago? There is no shortage of fabulous things to do and see in this unique and diverse community. Old Irving Park has been called a 'hidden treasure'. Exciting, original restaurants, coffee houses, theatre, parks, arts, culture, shopping and so much more - with easy access to downtown and a quiet laid-back feel throughout.
Living in Old Irving Park
Old Irving Park features an abundance of architecturally varied single family homes, parks and open green spaces - and no shortage of tree lined streets. Old Irving Park is a safe neighborhood that's perfect for families looking for a Chicago home with a suburban feel that still offers the excitement and diversity of the big city. Old Irving Park also offers great public transportation links (Metra lines, and an "L" Train Blue line stop as well as numerous buses and fast access to I-90/94).
Old Irving Park Demographics
The vast majority of households in Old Irving Park are family households, with a median age of 31.94 years old. Most residents are white collar workers that are highly educated. While the area continues to grow in popularity, it remains affordable.
The surrounding area has seen tremendous growth - including popular retail stores, original and unique restaurants, exciting night life and much more moving into the neighborhood in recent years. Perhaps most importantly, Old Irving Park presents one of the hottest Chicago real estate opportunities today.
Old Irving Park Restaurants, Shopping, Arts, Culture & More