Logan Square in Chicago is a historic area named after the public square at the center of the neighborhood, and located at the intersections of Milwaukee Avenue, Logan, and Kedzie Boulevards. Logan Square is also home to Palmer Square, and is named after the public square at the center of the neighborhood. Logan Square proper was laid out in the 1870’s by William LeBaron Jenney. He named the square after Congressman and Civil War soldier General John A. Logan. Logan Square features wide, tree-lined boulevards that are home to a variety of retail and residential properties. The neighborhood is also home to several art galleries and music venues, and features entertainment that draws individuals from all across the City—especially the beloved Logan Square Farmers Market.

 

Neighborhood Community Groups

Logan Square Neighborhood Association
2840 N. Milwaukee Avenue
Chicago, IL 60618
(773) 384-4370
(773) 384-0624
Maria Luna Duarte
m-duarte@neiu.edu

Logan Square Preservation Society
3024 W. Logan Boulevard
Chicago, IL 60647
Andrew Schneider
saschneider@gmail.com

WE CAN Logan Square
Kevin Palmer
kcp1963@yahoo.com

 

Local Chamber of Commerce

Logan Square Chamber of Commerce
3147 W. Logan Blvd. Suite 12
Chicago, IL 60647
(773) 789-3222
(773) 489-3760 fax
info@loganchamber.org