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Old Posted Aug 20, 2019, 3:49 PM
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Originally Posted by Handro View Post
Not sure where the preeminent Chicago urban scholar thinks is more urban and dense than Lincoln Park in Chicago but I assume you're picturing the Loop.
Lakeview is much denser (really all the northern lakefront neighborhoods are denser than LP), everywhere in the core is more urban and heavily visited, and areas like West Randolph and Wicker Park are more culturally relevant (as least in the context of this thread).

Where else in Chicago would be a better analogue to the Yonge corridor, north of downtown (i.e. wealthy, established, WASPy core residential)? If you don't like LP as a comparison, offer a better example. Maybe Gold Coast, but to me that's more or less downtown.
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