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The North Shore Of Chicago, IL
Bordered by Lake Michigan, the Northeast Suburbs of Chicago are collectively called the North Shore. These eight suburbs extend from Evanston, IL, on the near northeast side to Lake Bluff, IL, on the far northeast side. In between are Wilmette, Kenilworth, Winnetka, Glencoe, Highland Park, and Lake Forest. The area is distinguished by large, lavish mansions on the Lake Michigan shores. These estates were originally built by wealthy Chicagoans fleeing the devastation of the Great Chicago Fire in 1871. The area grew exponentially after World War II when scores of wealthy families moved from the city to the suburbs.
Chicago’s North Shore was originally home to Native Americans. In 1833, Europeans migrated to the area, and after the construction of Evanston University in 1855 and Lake Forest College in 1857, the area attracted many new settlers from back east.
The term “North Shore” began with the establishment of the Waukegan & North Shore Rapid Transit Company in 1891. In 1916, this rail line was renamed the Chicago North Shore and Milwaukee Railroad, commonly called North Shore Line for short. The train ran 73 miles along Lake Michigan between Evanston and Milwaukee with stations in all the North Shore suburbs. It originally seated 42 passengers and was richly appointed with mahogany woodwork, leather seats, and plush green carpeting. In 1920, rail service was extended downtown to the Chicago Loop. The railroad remained in operation until 1963.
Chicago’s North Shore is generally considered a classy and elegant place to live. With easy access to the Chicago Loop, the towns nonetheless have a historic, small-town charm. The entire area borders Lake Michigan, so the exquisite lakefront properties offer gorgeous views. Because of the excellent school systems, the North Shore is very popular with families. Chicago’s North Shore is home to many affluent professionals; it boasts the most educated population in the U.S. In Lake Forest, Winnetka, Kenilworth, and Highland Park, household incomes are in the USA’s top five percent.
The Ravinia Festival is an annual North Shore tradition. This outdoor music event takes place from June through September at Ravinia Park in Highland Park, IL. The festival began in 1904, and although there is outdoor seating, many prefer to sit on the grass and enjoy a picnic dinner before the entertainment begins. The festival features world-class talent and music of all genres from blues to opera. Since 1936, Ravinia has been the summer home of the Chicago Symphony.
Located in Wilmette, IL, this is the only Bahá’í House of Worship in the U.S. Known as the “Mother Temple Of The West,” it is one of only eight Bahá’í Houses of Worship in existence. Construction began in 1921, but because of the Great Depression and World War II, it was not completed until 1953. The structure is the oldest and largest existing Bahá’í House of Worship in the world. Situated on the shores of Lake Michigan, this stunning landmark was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978.
Like Chicago, the North Shore has a climate of extremes with well-defined seasons. Summers are hot and humid; winters are cold and snowy. North Shore residents rely on trusted HVAC heating and air conditioning service providers to keep their homes comfortable and their heating and cooling systems in good repair. When you need emergency furnace or air conditioning repair, Comfort24-7 can help. Serving Chicagoland & the surrounding areas, Comfort24-7 services all equipment makes and models.