Noble Square is located in the West Town area. It is a small area of the neighborhood and its borders are not clearly defined; some real estate agents call eastern parts Wicker Park and southern parts West Town. However, Noble Square is directly east of East Village, and it neighbors the Ukranian Village. Noble Square is home to Eckhart Park; this is also where the name of the neighborhood came from. Noble Square appeals to many residents because of its lower cost and density.
Noble Square is home to many family owned restaurants, including Flo a popular restaurant for lunch. The Green Zebra is also a popular spot; it is a high-end vegetarian restaurant. The area has much European influence, much of that influence is demonstrated throughout the many restaurants. For entertainment many residents seek the nightlife of neighboring Wicker Park. Little Italy and Ukranian Village are also close and create variety.
Housing in Noble Square is beautiful. Many of the housing units were built before 1910, so if older architecture appeals to you, there is plenty of it in Noble Square. The housing available includes renovated and non renovated multi unit buildings, flats, and single family homes. Transportation is easily accessible in Noble Square. In addition to several bus lines and the Kennedy Expressway, the CTA blue line stops at Division, Chicago and Milwaukee, and Damen and Milwaukee.