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Midway Park, Chicago

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Midway Park is a sub-neighborhood of Austin in Chicago, Illinois. This Chicago landmark district lies both north and south of Lake Avenue. The northerly section is bounded by W. Lake St. (400 N), W. Ohio St. (600 N), N. Waller Ave. (5700 W) and N. Austin St. (6000 W). The southerly portion runs north from West End Ave. (200 N) to Corcoran Pl. (350 N) and west from Parkside Ave. (5650 W) to Menard Ave. (5800 W).

Despite the massive scale change, the nineteenth-century village residential core is still visible in the Midway Park area north of Central and Lake, a designated National Register historic district (1985). This neighborhood boasts stately neoclassical and Queen Anne–style homes, many designed by architect Frederick Schock, as well as several structures by Frank Lloyd Wright and his students.

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Midway Park, Chicago Wikipedia


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