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Old 07-17-2009, 05:31 PM
Location: Chicago
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Originally Posted by thatguyandrey View Post
Heck you can even try certain neighborhoods of chicago that have a suburb feel.
I would also go out on a limb and say Skokie, it's pretty much inner ring, houses arent too expensive, quick access to the Yellow line, and plenty of dining shopping opportunities (Old Orchard and that entire strip)
Skokie has filled in nicely. Downtown has more residential midrises and there is a desire to pick up from neighboring Evanston downtown living. Having a new Yellow Line station at Oakton will help the DT area. Skokie has matched Evanston across the board in becoming more and more a community of considerable numbers of condos.
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