While Noble Square may be small in size, it should not be underestimated as it offers a distinctive community worth visiting. Located between Chicago’s Ukranian Village and Wicker Park.
Its beauty comes in its tree-lined streets adorned by two mid-century cathedrals, St. Stanislaus Kostka and Holy Trinity Polish Mission. Legend has it Noble Square’s name comes from John and Mark Noble, early city pioneers, and nearby Eckhart Park, which is shaped like a square.
Over the past decade, the commercial section of Noble Square on Chicago Avenue continues to be coming to life, offering a revitalized heartbeat to the neighborhood in forms of boutiques, restaurants and lounges.
The Chicago Transit Authority Blue Line offers easy access to downtown in minutes, as well as to O’Hare International Airport.