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1. Hyde Park: Neighborhood on the South side of Chicago, it is the location of the University of Chicago, the Dusable Museum of A...  
2. Lincoln Park: A community area on the North side of Chicago. Lincoln Park includes the Link Park Zoo, and one of the Depaul Univ...  
3. Uptown: Located in downtown Chicago, uptown is a diverse neighborhood which has become a center for entertainment. In the ...  
4. Pullman: Located on the South Side of Chicago, twelve miles from the Chicago Loop by Lake Calumet. Built in the 1880's by r...  
5. Wrigleyville: Wrigleyville is commonly known amongst Chicagoans as the area surrounding Wrigley Field. Located on in Uptown* it i...  
6. Pilsen: Largely Hispanic neighborhood located on the lower west side of the city. It has been known in Chicago as ground z...  
7. Ukranian Village: Neighborhood located on the west side of Chicago downtown. It is well populated by older citizens of Ukrainian eth...  
8. West Towne: Northwest of the Loop, West Town is one of Chicago's many designated community areas. Largely Hispanic and Caucasi...  
9. Chinatown: Neighborhood located on the south side of the city, heavily populated by Asian immigrants, it has a rich cultural h...  
10. Projects, The: Slang which refers to a section of low income and high crime housing in Chicago.  
11. Boy's Town: Reference to a large gay community on the city's north side.  
12. Little Vietnam: Neighborhood in Chicago's West Town, it is populated by people of southeastern Asian heritage.  
13. Jewtown: Reference to a formerly predominantly Jewish neighborhood where UIC is now positioned.  
14. Sweetness: Nickname for Chicago Bears great Walter Payton. His great personality earned him this nickname, which stayed with h...  
15. Gold Coast, The: A glitzy, expensive area near downtown , now more commonly referred to by their individual neighborhoods.  
 
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