There are currently a few openings for docents for our guided tours of the renowned architect George Maher’s mansions on Hutchinson Street. Every summer and fall Buena Park Neighbors offers free walking tours of the neighborhood that present the history, architecture and special features of our Chicago Landmark District. The 30-minute sidewalk tours showcase these … Continue reading Become a Buena Park Architectural Tour Docent
The Buena Park Neighbors Association will formally announce a partnership with the Lakeview Pantry at an open house on April 10 from 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at the Lakeview Pantry, 3945 N. Sheridan Rd. (located across from the Red Line station at Irving and Sheridan). Buena Park residents are welcome to attend and tour … Continue reading Buena Park Neighbors to Partner with Lakeview Pantry at Open House April 10, 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., Lakeview Pantry, 3945 N. Sheridan Rd.
7 Reasons Why the Buena Park Neighbors Improves Your Quality of Life Enjoy free concerts at Buena Circle Park with music, food and fun in both the Spring and Fall. Meet great people from diverse backgrounds who all share a love of “Good Living by the Lake.” Stay informed and feel safe with news, information and … Continue reading We are member-supported and community-driven to improve your quality of life.
Most Burglaries and Thefts are Crimes of Opportunity AS RESIDENTS, you are the most important person in deterring crime. Burglars and thieves are lazy by nature and look for easy targets. They seek out homes and apartments that appear to offer the least resistance. Don’t let your home be one of them. BASIC SECURITY precautions … Continue reading Safeguard your Residence
Emerald City Coffeehouse recently expanded from its original location alongside the entrance to the Sheridan Road “L” Stop to a second store at 1224 West Wilson which is a luxuriously large space that was left vacant when the Magnolia Restaurant closed in 2015. The new space with its low-key lighting, eclectic décor and friendly and … Continue reading New Bean on Uptown’s “Avenue of the Bean”