Kedzie Avenue

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Kedzie Avenue (Kedzie Boulevard) (32nd Avenue)
3200 West
North end Howard Street (7600 N) at the Chicago/Evanston border
South end 206th Street (20600 S) in Olympia Fields
The Logan Square station at Kedzie, Milwaukee, and Logan.

Kedzie Avenue is a major north-south street in Chicago, Illinois.

Named for John H. Kedzie, an early Chicago real-estate developer,[1] Kedzie extends more than 20 miles from the southern suburb of Olympia Fields to Bryn Mawr Avenue (5600 North), and again from Lincoln Avenue (6100 North) to the Evanston border at Howard Street (7600 North). In Chicago's street grid, Kedzie Avenue is located at 3200 West.

Between Palmer Street (2200 North) and Logan Boulevard (2600 North), Kedzie Avenue is part of Chicago's boulevard system and, as such, is signed as Kedzie Boulevard.

On its path through the city, Kedzie passes through the neighborhoods of (from south to north) Mount Greenwood, Ashburn, Chicago Lawn, Gage Park, Brighton Park, Little Village, Lawndale, East Garfield Park, Humboldt Park, Logan Square, Avondale, Irving Park, Albany Park, North Park and West Ridge.

Mass transit (CTA)[edit]

  • #52 Kedzie/California bus
  • #52A South Kedzie bus
  • Kedzie-Homan (CTA Blue Line - Forest Park branch)
  • Logan Square (CTA Blue Line - O'Hare branch)
  • Kedzie (CTA Orange Line)
  • Kedzie (CTA Pink Line)
  • Kedzie (CTA Green Line)
  • Kedzie (CTA Brown Line)

See also[edit]

  • Nabisco, operates the world's largest bakery at 7300 S. Kedzie Avenue

References[edit]