Chicago Visualized

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Maps, stats, numbers and more. Data comes alive as we dig deep into neighborhood numbers for stories and more.

Englewood »

As CPS plans new neighborhood high schools, the share of students attending those schools is shrinking.

Edgewater »

On dating site OKCupid, Boystown and Kenwood had the same number of gay singles seeking relationships.

Downtown »

Summertime is almost here. Here's where to get a drink — outdoors — with a view.

South Loop »

The loss of 8,638 people was the largest of any American city last year.

Downtown »

Dozens of markets are opening across the city for the summer.

Austin »

City Inspector General Joseph Ferguson released the data for the first time.

Logan Square »

But citywide single-family home prices are 23.4 percent below their peaks, DePaul University found.

Mt. Greenwood »

People with Irish ancestry make up 7.5 percent of Chicago's population today.

Clearing »

MAP: How armed is your neighborhood? More than 200,000 people now are licensed to own a gun in Chicago. 

Albany Park »

Since 2002, records show 15,037 refugees started in Chicago when they moved to America.

Portage Park »

Dozens of bakeries throughout the city are selling Polish pastry through Fat Tuesday.

River North »

Violence, Trump Tower, Rahm Emanuel and Barack Obama have been regular topics on Trump's Twitter feed.

Norwood Park »

Many of the buildings, including the oldest one, are nowhere near Downtown.