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2022 Best Places for Young Professionals in Illinois

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  1. #4 Best Places for Young Professionals in Illinois.

    Printers Row

    Neighborhood in Chicago, IL,

    10 Niche users give it an average review of 5 stars.

    Featured Review: Current Resident says Vibrant, diverse, beautiful, historical architecture drama, and still upcoming. Even with its density, there's still a sense of community in Printers Row. Its history is steeped in intellectualism.....

    Read 10 reviews.

    Overall Niche Grade: A+,

    Population: 2,100,

  2. #8 Best Places for Young Professionals in Illinois.

    Gold Coast

    Neighborhood in Chicago, IL,

    15 Niche users give it an average review of 4.5 stars.

    Featured Review: Current Resident says I love living downtown but the diversity and real estate accessibility is obviously pretty limited. I've attended public schools locally in Lincoln Park my entire life, which is close by to Gold....

    Read 15 reviews.

    Overall Niche Grade: A+,

    Population: 15,176,

  3. #14 Best Places for Young Professionals in Illinois.

    Lincoln Park

    Neighborhood in Chicago, IL,

    82 Niche users give it an average review of 4.4 stars.

    Featured Review: Current Resident says I am at the perfect distance of big city and residential living with urban vibes. Local restaurants and boutiques are bountiful, and there is always some cozy cafe or bar popping up. Nightlife....

    Read 82 reviews.

    Overall Niche Grade: A,

    Population: 45,359,

  4. #25 Best Places for Young Professionals in Illinois.

    Andersonville

    Neighborhood in Chicago, IL,

    25 Niche users give it an average review of 4.7 stars.

    Featured Review: Current Resident says We love living here. Andersonville is great, especially if you are starting a family or are looking for a slower paced city life. There is enough stuff to do, good restaurants, and its a super safe...It can feel a little suffocating though. Before moving here we lived in both Old Town and Printers Row. There is obviously much more to do in the downtown areas. It's a chore (about 45+ minutes) to...The biggest shock for me was the lack of dog parks. I would have never thought that downtown would have had more available dog parks per square mile than up here. Either way, you'll like living here. It's beautiful and quiet, just be prepared for feeling a little out of the loop..

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    Overall Niche Grade: A,

    Population: 6,857,

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