Edison Park is a neighborhood in Chicago, Illinois. (It was once called Canfield.) In 1881, it became an incorporated village, and Thomas Alva Edison gave his blessing to the community nine years later, hence the name. It remained a village until Chicago annexed it in 1910. Edison Park is home to over 11,000 residents.
Because of its small population, living in Edison Park is like being in a quaint, tight-knit town. This neighborhood is known for its event the Edison Park Festival. What began as a sidewalk sale in 1972 is now a fun August festival with music, food, games, and more. If you enjoy baseball and golf, consider visiting Pioneer Park. It has an 18-hole mini-golf course and batting cages for baseball and softball. Kiddie Kingdom is another family-friendly facility worth visiting. Kiddie Kingdom offers rides, token-operated games, pizza, and other features. When you want to take a break from cooking, you can stop by any of the restaurants on North Northwest Highway. Feel free to grab a pie from Armand’s Pizzeria or satisfy your sweet tooth at Le Flour Cafe and Bakery. You’ll also find a park on this street that shares the community’s name. The Pickwick Theatre in Park Ridge has been in existence since 1928. This movie theater has a huge auditorium and a 100-foot tower. Schools in Edison Park include two public elementary schools and one Catholic school.
Edison Park real estate properties are comprised of single-family houses, apartments, and condominiums. These Edison Park homes have one to six bedrooms and one to four bathrooms. Typical Edison Park properties measure between 800 to 4,000 square feet. Many residences contain fine amenities like balconies, hardwood flooring, ceiling fans, and fireplaces. Make the decision to move to Edison Park. It’s historic, family-centered, and welcoming.
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