In Andersonville, the iconic Swedish Flag Water Tower watches over Clark Street. The business district is filled with boutiques and resale shops touting unique objects de arts, independent cafes serving lattes, and restaurants cooking up multi-cultural smorgasbords.

From a small settlement of Swedish immigrants in the 1870s to a vibrant community full of multiculturalism, this northside neighborhood has transitioned seamlessly into the modern world, while still keeping the charm of a small town.

Ask any Andersonvile citizen why they love their little section of Chicago, and you’ll hear things like: diverse, creative, community driven, peaceful, and so much more! Heck, they even have their own podcast!




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