• Making Chicago’s Near West Side a Better Place to Live

Neighborhood

Many of Chicago’s most beloved cultural landmarks originated on the Near West Side. The Chicago-style hot dog, the deep dish pizza, the immigrant port of entry, the blues, the Blues Brothers, the labor movement, and Jane Addams and the modern concept of social justice — all were born or have roots here. The campus of the University of Illinois at Chicago, Illinois Medical District, University Village, the United Center, Greektown, Little Italy, and Maxwell Street Market, all part of the charm of the Near West Side, put you in touch with all the pleasures and conveniences of city living. Located near the green, blue and pink line train stops, as well as Interstate Routes 90/94 and 290, Westhaven Park is minutes from the commercial district of Chicago and conveniently located for work or play. There are several major bus lines within a short walk and ample off-site as well as on-street parking for residents only.

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