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Galewood is part of Austin, Community Area 25 of 77 on the city's official list.

The boundaries of Galewood are, generally, North Ave (1600 N) north to the Metra RR tracks, Austin Ave (6000 W) west to Harlem Ave (7200 W). ZIP code: 60639.

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The Miracle House in Galewood

The Miracle House, Galewood, Chicago

Yesterday I headed out to Galewood Crossings for an updated look at the development, and then ventured a mile further west to the Galewood neighborhood, from which the development takes its name. Galewood is a pleasant, leafy, middle-class enclave that differs sharply from much of the larger Austin neighborhood of which it’s a part. Galewood’s ...

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Posted by Joe Zekas on April 3, 2012

Chicago’s once-hottest neighborhoods

South Chicago

YoChicago’s archived stories can be a reminder of how often Chicago real estate dreams turn to dust – and how quickly. Back in June of 2006 we noted that the new construction market was cooling after a lengthy boom, but continued our annual New Homes Magazine tradition of spotlighting Chicago’s “hottest neighborhoods.” We gathered information ...

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Posted by Joe Zekas on May 26, 2011
ChicagoNorthwest Side

Checking in on three Northwest Side single-families

Video: A 3-bedroom, 2-bath open floor plan home for $219,900

Back in October, Joe Zekas shot sponsored videos at three Northwest Side homes marketed by Izabela Sloma of Sergio & Banks. Earlier this week I noticed that one, a remodeled three-bedroom on a quiet street in Dunning (seen in the video above), has a new price of $189,900. With that in mind, I checked up ...

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Posted by Joseph Askins on February 24, 2011
ChicagoNorthwest Side

Inside a four-bedroom / two-bath Galewood home, priced under $260K

Video: Inside a four-bedroom / two-bath Galewood home, priced under $260K

Every home we’ve seen with Sergio & Banks has been different, but they’ve shared a number of common features. The homes have either been new construction, or meticulously refurbished older homes. They’re all in move-in condition, affordably priced for the neighborhood, with stylish kitchens and a surprising amount of interior space. And, they all seem ...

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Posted by sponsored post on October 26, 2010

Newly priced townhomes, two-flat resales and more at Galewood Crossings

Flash back to May 2006, when Northbrook-based Red Seal Homes opened an on-site sales center at The Enclave at Galewood Crossings, a residential and retail community planned for the 50-acre Galewood Yards site at 1900 N Central Ave, in Austin’s Galewood neighborhood. Plans for The Enclave called for 57 single-family homes priced from the $420s ...

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Posted by Joseph Askins on May 18, 2010