Get to Know Noble Square
A pocket neighborhood in the West Town area, Noble Square is found between Grand, Division, Ashland and I-90/94. Its neighbors include the Ukrainian Village and East Village.
It’s a growing community filled with artists, musicians and young urban professionals. Due to its lower cost and lower density, urban dwellers are rediscovering the character of Noble Square and Chicago’s near northwest side.
What to do in Noble Square
It provides excellent access to the Loop, O’Hare, the rest of the city and the surrounding suburbs. The area enjoys excellent public transportation, with CTA Blue Line stops at Division, Chicago and Milwaukee, and Damen and Milwaukee. Buses run along most major streets. The Kennedy Expressway (I-90/94) is the eastern boundary.
As for entertainment, many residents head to trendy Wicker Park, Little Italy or Greektown, as they are all nearby. On its own, Noble Square has many family-owned restaurants and shops that often reflect its European heritage.
Noble Square’s Distinctive Housing
More than half the housing units were built before 1910, and most residential development occurred before 1939. Today, many renovated and some un-renovated multi-unit buildings, flats and single-family homes can be found.