Humboldt Park is a low- to middle-income, mixed African-American and Latino neighborhood that has begun to show significant signs of gentrification on its eastern end, east of Humboldt Park itself — although that may have slowed in the past few years as the housing market has cooled.
One of the “crown jewels” of the city’s park system, Humboldt Park provides a central meeting point for the neighborhood and a wealth of open space in a part of the city that otherwise has relatively little.
The area boasts a Puerto Rican-themed commercial strip called “Paseo Boricua” along Division Street and more shops along North Avenue, with industrial areas on its southern and western fringes. Most housing stock dates back 80 to 120 years, although newer developments have begun to spring up particularly to the east, leading to fears of increased displacement.
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