There are a lot of factors to weigh when trying to determine which neighborhood is the hottest in the city and Crain's used three metrics to come up with their ranking: sales volume, median price and time to sell.
Based on those rankings, the top neighborhood was Irving Park for single family homes, the Near North Side (a neighborhood that includes the hot River North) for condos and Glendale Heights for suburbs.
Crain's also put together a list of the top five neighborhoods based on the data. In Chicago, single family homes besides Irving Park were Ashburn, Lincoln Square, Bridgeport and North Center. For condos after the Near North side it was West Town, Lincoln Square, the Loop and West Ridge.
Read more at Crain's here.