Get to Know Sheridan Park
On the western border of the Uptown area, Sheridan Park covers Irving Park north to Montrose, and from Broadway to Clark. It was named after a long-gone railroad station.
The streets in Sheridan Park are subtly different from Chicago’s grid numbering system. Due to unusual bent and curved streets, the neighborhood is wider at the north side than on the south. This irregularity makes for an interesting, beautiful neighborhood.
What to do in Sheridan Park
Steps from the exciting Wrigleyville neighborhood, Lake Shore Drive and Lake Michigan; Sheridan Park has an extremely desirable location for nightlife, commuting downtown, and enjoying the activity of the lakefront.
Sheridan Park’s Distinctive Housing
Available in various levels of renovation, Sheridan Park housing offers many huge, gorgeous, vintage single-family homes. Most feature interiors with beautiful hardwood trim, fireplaces, built-in sideboards and window benches, and other quality features. This is also an area with many six-flats, large apartment/condominium buildings and courtyard buildings.