History in Logan Square
Clubs and theaters

2117-2139 North Milwaukee Avenue

Congress Theater

The Congress Theater at 2117-2139 North Milwaukee Avenue was originally a movie theater for the Bubliner and Trinz theater chain.  It was built in 1926 by Fridstein and Company.  Today it is one of the city's most popular venues for live music.  The city designated it an official landmark on July 10, 2002.

History in Logan Square

2649 North Kedzie Avenue

John Dillinger Hideout

Notorious bankrobber John Dillinger used the four-story apartment building at 2649 North Kedzie Avenue as one of his hideouts.

History in Logan Square
National Landmarks

3600 west fullerton avenue

Kimbell Trust and Savings Bank Building

This building was designated as a landmark on October 8, 2008.  The picture is of a faded advertisement on the side of a building a few blocks away from this landmark's original location.

generally west logan, north kedzie, west palmer, and north humboldt boulevards (north of west cortland street)

Logan Square Boulevards District

These Logan Square boulevards--Logan, Kedzie, Palmer, and Humboldt--comprise this historic district, which was designated as a landmark on November 1, 2005.