TO FREE NEIGHBORHOOD NOTIFICATION LIST
This website is administered by:
155 N. Harbor Dr. #5101, Chicago, Illinois 60601
Phone Link or Locater 312-473-7931
This page was last updated on: May 11, 2015
This website was created in 1999 as a forum for the 17,000 RESIDENTS that currently reside in the NEW EASTSIDE area of Chicago. We live north of Grant Park to the Chicago River, and east of Michigan Ave to Lake Michigan.
Homepage Visits since May, 2000
Your suggestions, ideas, comments, complaints of neighborhood problems will be investigated without relating your identification (unless you give us your permission).
EVERYONE is free to use any graphic or picture on this website for non-commercial purposes only. Just right-click, copy and paste, or print.
This sign is located just north of Randolph on Harbor Drive. The "New Eastside" name was used as early as 1980 We are attempting to "preserve our historic name" by having the city's sign department replace the signs that have been lost over the years. There are currently eight remaining signs in the New Eastside area.
CLICK MAP above for interactive driving directions to our "Main Entrance" at Michigan and Randolph. (Stay on RIGHT to Upper Randolph) Do NOT go straight - down on MIDDLE RANDOLPH to Lake Shore Drive!
CURRENT ISSUES and INFORMATION
STILL RELEVANT INFORMATION
ARCHIVES - Neighborhood Advocacy Memory
These Most Convenient Routes are too complex for new visitors.
UPDATED - Check when needed.
Photo Credit to Magellan Realty - 2008
To help make the information available to your neighbors who may not be aware of this website, please print a copy of the NOTICE webpage and post it on your building's bulletin board or mailroom shelves. Thank you for your help in keeping our little corner of this great city a fine place to live.
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