Single-family home prices in four of Chicago's neighborhoods have reached new highs, according to data from the DePaul Institute of Housing Studies.
The West Town/New West Side neighborhoods have seen prices rise almost 159 percent and home prices in Logan Square/Avondale have risen almost 156 percent. That's compared with the citywide average that shows homes still 23.4 percent under their peaks reached in 2007.
Lincoln Square/North Center also saw a high increase, 122 percent.
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