The Commercial Vibrancy of Chicago Neighborhoods, 2016
While the overall economy in Chicago is strong, it is not equally strong across all of its neighborhoods. Chicago residents on the South and West Sides travel more than twice as far than those on the North Side to purchase groceries and other everyday goods and services. This report compares retail access across Chicago neighborhoods by product type and by resident income, and assesses the cash liquidity of small businesses in these same areas, providing a lens on the commercial vibrancy of Chicago neighborhoods.
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