Would you live in Chicago permanently?
I visited Chicago during the winter and it was beautiful! It was one of the 3 most iconic cities in the US. Is it worth living there?
- 4 months ago
I'm ready to move.
- denlp96Lv 56 months ago
Always have. In addition to its many world class cultural institutions (The Art Institute, Field Museum, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Civic Opera, Lincoln Park and Brookfield Zoos, the Museum of Science and Industry to name just a very few), Chicago is home to several of the foremost colleges and universities in the United States. On a practical basis, Chicago has one of the most extensive public transportation systems on Earth (98% of Chicago residents live within three blocks of a CTA bus or L line and the vast majority of those lines run 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.)
- BennyLv 68 months ago
I've lived in Chicago or its immediate suburbs all my life!
- RichardLv 78 months ago
I have lived in the Chicago AREA for most of my life. I live in the suburbs, and most of the suburbs are relatively pleasant. The city government is horribly corrupt, although a "reform" mayor was just installed. Many of the public schools are rotten because most white and Asian kids go to private schools.
The weather is not as bad as they make it out to be, and it is very pleasant in the spring and fall.
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- TorukoLv 68 months ago
I could have purchased property in Chicago but chose Detroit.
Compounding any supposed error on my part would have
me quit Salish Sea winters for that of Chicago and Detroit.
- Max HooplaLv 78 months ago
I'll pass any time.
- PearlLv 78 months ago
- LM440Lv 68 months ago
I've never been there but it is obvious it is one of greatest cities in the U.S.. However, I don't like wind and cold temperatures so it is not for me.
- ajtheactressLv 78 months ago
It is a wonderful city with lots of culture, arts, and history.
Too bad they can't do anything about the weather. It is unlivable 9 months a year.
I'll stay in San Francisco.
- Anonymous8 months ago
Sure, Chicago has a lot to offer. Live as close to Lake Michigan as possible.