Jefferson Park, sometimes called Jeff Park for short, is a community in Chicago, Illinois. It was named after a park, and it was once an independent township from 1850 to 1889 before it was annexed by Chicago. Jefferson Park has a population of over 27,000 people.
Some Jefferson Park residents call their neighborhood “The Gateway to Chicago” because it’s one of the oldest transportation hubs in the city. (The Union Pacific/Northwest Line and the Blue Line provide transportation services to this community.) This neighborhood is also known for its Polish environment, which residents honor with the Taste of Polonia. The Taste of Polonia takes place during Labor Day weekend and features Polish artisans and handcrafters, Polish cuisine, live entertainment, and more. You and your family can spend a day at the park the community’s named after. This park has a playground, a recreational center, an outdoor pool, and sports areas. A few blocks from the park is the Gift Theatre, a 50-seat performing arts venue known for comedies and plays. This neighborhood is home to popular restaurants worth checking out. There’s Andy’s Deli, a Polish butcher shop that been around since 1918. Coletti’s serves pizza and other Italian foods. Mom’s Old Recipe offers homestyle Mexican cuisine. Schools in Jefferson Park include two public elementary schools and one Catholic school.
The real estate properties in Jefferson Park are comprised of apartments, single-family dwellings, townhomes, and condominiums. The homes in Jefferson Park usually have one to six bedrooms and one to five bathrooms. Typical Jefferson Park properties measure between 700 to 4,700 square feet. Some homes have great amenities like patios, quartz countertops, laundry rooms, and stainless steel appliances. Consider moving to Jefferson Park. This neighborhood is cultural, historic, and provides lots to see and check out.
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