Movers find their niche in nice neighborhoods

Moving to Chicago neighborhoods starting with letter N

Chicago has more than 75 neighborhoods and some of the nicest ones begin with the letter N—starting with Near North. Located only one mile north of the city’s center, this fashionable community features fine dining, posh shops and a hopping nightlife. The area’s fortunate residents spend a fortune to live in beautiful brownstones, stately manors and newer penthouses with views of the lake.

Noble Square is more affordable than Near North but just as hip. Situated two miles northwest of the Loop and bordering Wicker Park and Ukrainian Village, the community is a combination of artists, aspiring professionals and the working-class—all of whom reside in vintage dwellings, lofts and renovated condos.

About five miles north of downtown is North Center, an eclectic area where bars, buses and a bowling alley stand near Victorian homes on tree-lined streets. Housing prices vary depending on the size and condition of older single-family dwellings and newly-constructed townhomes and condos.

Move 13 miles northwest of the Loop and you’ll find Norwood Park, an enchanted neighborhood filled with European charm as evidenced in its winding roads, local pubs, and variety of homes —from Georgians and Victorians to Cape Cods.

Whichever style house you choose in whatever Chicago neighborhood, Golan’s moving companies in Chicago, Los Angeles and New York can get you there. The Chicago movers have successfully handled local, long distance, and international relocations without a hitch since 1990.