Palmer Square is a pocket neighborhood of western Chicago. It is located within Logan Square. Although there are no exact boundaries for the area, it is accepted that Palmer Square lies south of Fullerton Avenue, West of Milwaukee, North of Armitage, and east of Kimball Avenue. Many conveniences come from Palmer Square’s proximity to Bucktown, as it lies directly west of the trendy neighborhood. The area’s main streets are Fullerton, Kedzie, and Armitage.
Palmer Square was named after the seven acre green space called Palmer Square. This space is now Palmer Square Park. Palmer Square has a vibrant character that is home to a diverse population. There are many different individuals and families within Palmer Square. There are a number of shops, coffee house, and restaurants; however, for further entertainment residents typically visit neighboring areas such as Bucktown and Wicker Park. With their proximity, both areas with much entertainment are easily accessible.
Palmer Square houses everything from exquisite mansions to smaller homes and beautiful graystones. Two and three flat buildings can also be found in the area.
Transportation is simple in Palmer Square, as a section of the larger Logan Square residents have access to several bus lines and the California stop on the Blue Line.