Get to Know Sauganash
Sauganash, named after the Sauganash Hotel, circa. 1831, is in the Jefferson Park community, northwest of Chicago’s downtown. Today, with its beautiful mature trees, and a broad collection of housing styles, many city-dwellers choose Sauganash over the suburbs.
Sauganash is a family-oriented community with superior access to the Kennedy Expressway (routes 90/94), CTA and trains. Its borders include Devon, Bryn Mawr, Pulaski and Cicero.
What to do in Sauganash
In the heart of the neighborhood is Sauganash Park. It provides residents with an excellent combination of arts and sports. Its fieldhouse includes a 150-seat auditorium, which offers lessons in everything from piano and guitar lessons to hip-hop and theater. The fieldhouse also provides opportunities for basketball, volleyball, floor hockey and other indoor sports.
Sauganash’s Distinctive Housing
Although it has its share of condominiums and multi-units, Sauganash has one of the widest varieties of single-family home styles and vintages in the city. Ranch houses from the 1950s are most common but the neighborhood is also home to a number of Cape Cods, Georgians, bungalows and older frame homes.