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Changing Chicago

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Hyde Park »

MAP: New Census data shows the percentage of high school, college and graduate degrees across Chicago.

Andersonville »

The North Side is a popular spot for male couples, but lesbian couples outnumber them on the South Side.

Logan Square »

Hispanics have left former enclaves, blacks have moved out, and more Asians have moved in.

Jefferson Park »

Although the city's population is falling, the population of the Far Northwest Side grew 21.5 percent.

Portage Park »

Portage Park has lost more than 8,000 Polish residents — more than 40 percent — since 2000.  

Uptown »

Once Chicago's most diverse neighborhood, Uptown is losing many minorities, Census data shows.

Downtown »

The Downtown area gained 39,000 homes since 2000, census data shows. The rest of Chicago lost 1,000.

Downtown »

The Loop and South Loop are the fastest growing neighborhoods, and that won't change anytime soon. 

Rogers Park »

Data shows racist housing rules from 1916-48 still affect the city today, but some areas are improving.

Logan Square »

The neighborhood's racial makeup has changed significantly in the last 15 years.

Pilsen »

But the UIC study also found that gentrification has been slower in Pilsen than in other Chicago 'hoods.