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Chicago's Transforming Areas; An Orchard in Logan Square; More

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And now the latest from Curbed Chicago, covering everything you need to know about the city's neighborhoods and real estate.

EVERYWHERE— Everywhere you look in the city there's tower cranes, scaffolding, and river barges full of heavy equipment. Curbed takes a look at four places in the greater downtown area that are undergoing dramatic changes right now.

LOGAN SQUARE— The quickly developing northwest side neighborhood is poised to sprout the city's very first "urban orchard".

HUMBOLDT PARK— The median sale price for homes in Humboldt Park has jumped a whopping 62% over last year, and Pilsen may become Chicago's next hot neighborhood for home buyers.

LINCOLN PARK— Ever wonder which homes are Lincoln Park's priciest? These are the five most expensive homes in the neighborhood right now.