In the 1870s, Cook County’s first Superintendent of Schools John F. Eberhart invested in “the Lawn” which is now known as Chicago Lawn. Amid elevated railroad tracks and urban commercial streets, this culturally- diverse neighborhood now features sturdy homes on well-kept lawns for family living that’s close to the Loop.
With the third-largest Chinatown in the nation, Chicago offers an exotic haven for authentic Chinese restaurants, teahouses and shops. Its picturesque Chinatown Gateway attracts locals and tourists alike yet the community is most appreciated by its residents who share a rich heritage and fortunate future.
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