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Roscoe Village refers to a neighborhood on the North Side of Chicago. While not part of any official city map, Chicago residents perceive the boundaries of the neighborhood to be Addison Street, Belmont Avenue, Western Avenue, and Ravenswood Avenue. The primary feature of Roscoe Village is Roscoe Street, which bisects the neighborhood's boundaries between Addison Street and Belmont Avenue. Roscoe Street is populated by businesses and residents. People have been living in Roscoe Village since the 18th Century, when the area was inhabited by the Fox Indians. Today the area is home to over 6,200 residents.
North Center refers to the neighborhood bordered by Addison on the south, Montrose on the north, the Chicago River on the west and Ashland (from Addison to Irving Park) and Clark (Irving Park to Montrose) on the east. The “heart of Chicago’s north side" has grown since the 1870s when the area was only accessible by the Chicago River and Little Fort Road (now known as Lincoln Avenue). Northcenter is considered a vibrant neighborhood with an eclectic mix of retailers, restaurants, live music, live theater, and service-oriented businesses. Northcenter’s history is deeply rooted in European cultural influences, and that history can be seen in the architectural charm of the homes and buildings from the late 1800s and early 1900s.