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Roscoe Village

Roscoe Village is quaint, peaceful, and family oriented 


Roscoe Village is a quaint, peaceful, low key and family oriented neighborhood that offers an unbeatable location in the midst of the city with convenient access to the loop, the north side, the highway, and the train station. That's not to say that it doesn't hold any appeal to young professionals, on the contrary. With its convenience to downtown, the highway and north side attractions like Wrigley Field, its location is desirable for many city dwellers.



Roscoe Village is located north and west of downtown. It is bordered to the north by Addison Ave, to the south by Belmont Ave, to the east by Damen Ave, and to the west by Western Ave. It is sometimes referred to as being part of West Lakeview or North Center. It is accessible by numerous buses as well as by the Paulina Brown Line el stop. Roscoe draws people in with its walkable proximity to nearby areas like Lakeview, Wrigleyville, Bucktown and Lincoln Park.

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Landmarks & Scenes:

The uniqueness of this area lies in its ability to feel like a small town, while being smack in the middle of some of the most densely populated neighborhoods in the city. The neighborhood shows its personality through some of its festivals like Retro on Roscoe and Burger Fest!

Food &Drink:

Bartoli's Pizza, next to the Village Pub, offers world class Chicago Style pizza, or try dining on the patio of Kitsch'n, a unique retro themed restaurant on Roscoe Street.


A mix between upscale boutiques and second hand vintage shops, Roscoe is a nice blend of options for anyone looking to peruse a few blocks worth of shops. Father Time, is another shop offering unique and vintage antiques and wares.


Roscoe Village has lots of nearby parks and is also only 1.5 miles from Wrigley field and has easy access to public transportation.

Sports & Outdoors:  

There are a handful of parks within walking distance including Hamlin Park and Lincoln Park, both which offer paths and space for kids and adults to stretch their legs. Grabbing a Cubs game is also easy to do on a nice summer night!

Arts & Culture:

Roscoe Village has a strong community of families and support for events, shops, and community activities. Addison Street Community Church has been a part of the community for the last 120 years.


August House is a fixture of Roscoe Village, having been there since 1987. It offers classes, studio and gallery exhibitions, to local events. With a focus on community and family, Roscoe Village is a small haven in a busy, busy city providing activities and housing options for everyone.

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