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In a news release, LINC said more than 500 applicants attended a pre-leasing open house this summer for the projects, and that Garfield Park Lofts “immediately leased up.”. This week's free hyperlocal testing site is at Corinthian Temple COGIC The Cathdral of Praise, 4520 W. Washington Blvd, in the West Garfield Park neighborhood. Call 312-973-3867 to make an appointment for tomorrow through Friday, 11am–5pm! The Garfield Park Rite to Wellness online town hall on COVID-19 vaccines ended up illustrating exactly the kind of fears it was trying to address. 25 forum was organized by the Garfield Park Wellness Collaborative and the Garfield Park Community Council to explain the science behind the two vaccines that are currently used,. The Chicago, Illinois neighborhood of West Garfield Park features a hard-to-beat location just five miles west of the Loop. Mass transit and Interstate 290, the Eisenhower Expressway, make commuting easy. As this historic community undergoes a renaissance, residential offerings include townhouses and condos for rent.

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Community Area 26 - West Garfield Park
Location within the city of Chicago
Coordinates: 41°52.8′N87°43.8′W / 41.8800°N 87.7300°WCoordinates: 41°52.8′N87°43.8′W / 41.8800°N 87.7300°W
CountryUnited States
StateIllinois
CountyCook
CityChicago
Neighborhoods
  • West Garfield Park
Area
• Total1.28 sq mi (3.32 km2)
Population
• Total17,742[1]
Demographics 2015[1]
• White1.78%
• Black95.60%
• Hispanic2.00%
• Asian0.34%
• Other0.28%
Time zoneUTC-6 (CST)
• Summer (DST)UTC-5 (CDT)
ZIP Codes
Median household income$23,947[1]
Source: U.S. Census, Record Information Services

West Garfield Park on the West Side of Chicago, Illinois, is one of 77 officially designated Chicago community areas.[2] It is directly west of Garfield Park.

Neighborhood boundaries[edit]

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The boundaries of West Garfield Park are NORTH: W. Kinzie St. EAST: Hamlin Blvd/ S. Independence Blvd. SOUTH: W. Taylor St. from S. Independence Blvd to S. Kildare Ave., S. Kildare Ave. from W. Taylor St. to W. 5th Ave, W. 5th Ave. from S. Kildare Ave. to S. Kolmar Ave. WEST: S. Kolmar Ave from W. 5th Ave. to W. Jackson Blvd., W. Jackson Blvd. from S. Kolmar Ave. to S. Kenton Ave., S. Kenton Ave. from W. Jackson Blvd. to W. Madison St., W. Madison St. from S. Kenton Ave. to N. Kenton Ave., N. Kenton Ave. to W. Kinzie St.[3]

K-Town[edit]

K-Town is a nickname for an area in Humboldt Park, North Lawndale, and West Garfield Park. Although these long streets extend beyond the bounds of North Lawndale, and West Garfield Park, published sources identify the name K-Town as referring specifically to an area of North Lawndale, and West Garfield Park, i.e. the area through which these streets pass. between Pulaski Road and Cicero Avenue in which the names of many north-south avenues begin with the letter K (Keystone, Karlov, Kedvale, Keeler, Kenneth, Kilbourn, Kildare, Kolin, Kolmar, Komensky, Kostner, Kilpatrick, Kenton, Knox, and Keating). The pattern is a historical relic of a 1913 street-naming proposal, by which streets were to be systematically named according to their distance from the Illinois-Indiana border; K, the eleventh letter, was to be assigned to streets within the eleventh mile, counting west from the state line. The eleventh mile is the easternmost area in which the plan was widely implemented, as many neighborhoods to the east were already developed and had street names in place. The portion of K-Town bounded by W. Kinzie St, W. Cermak Rd, S. Kostner Ave, and S. Pulaski Rd was listed as a historic district on the National Register of Historic Places on September 9, 2010.

Government and infrastructure[edit]

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The United States Postal Service operates the Mary Alice Henry Post Office at 4222 West Madison Street.[4]

Bethel New Life, Inc. is a main community service provider to the area.[5]

Transportation[edit]

Two of Chicago Transit Authority's train lines, the Blue Line and the Green Line, serves this neighborhood. The Green Line has an elevated station at Pulaski, and the Blue Line has a station in the median of the Eisenhower Expressway, also at Pulaski.

Historical population
CensusPop.
193050,014
194048,447−3.1%
195048,4430.0%
196045,661−5.7%
197048,4596.1%
198033,865−30.1%
199024,095−28.8%
200023,019−4.5%
201018,001−21.8%
2015 (est.)17,742−1.4%
[1][6]

Crime[edit]

The neighborhood's 21 murders in 2014 occurred at a rate of 116 per 100,000, which makes this neighborhood the highest murder rate in Chicago. In a city that sees 2,000 shootings per annum, they occur in West Garfield Park at a rate of 411 per 100,000.

In 2016, the violence increased further, with a total of 31 murders, resulting in a murder rate of 172 per 100,000. Additionally, at least 172 people were shot during 2016, resulting in a shooting rate of 950 per 100,000 people.[7]

References[edit]

  1. ^ abcd'Community Data Snapshot - West Garfield Park'(PDF). cmap.illinois.gov. MetroPulse. Retrieved December 4, 2017.
  2. ^'East Garfield Park'. Encyclopedia.chicagohistory.org. Retrieved September 23, 2017.
  3. ^'Find an apartment in a great neighborhood – YoChicago'. Yochicago.com. Retrieved September 23, 2017.
  4. ^'Post Office Location - MARY ALICE HENRY'. United States Postal Service. Retrieved April 17, 2009.
  5. ^'Bethel New Life -'. Bethelnewlife.org. Retrieved September 9, 2015.
  6. ^Paral, Rob. 'Chicago Community Areas Historical Data'. Robparal.com. Retrieved September 2, 2012.
  7. ^'Crime in Chicago -- Chicago Tribune'. Crime.chicagotribune.com. Retrieved September 23, 2017.

External links[edit]

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4 shot, 1 killed in West Garfield Park shooting; victims crash into ambulance

Four people have been shot and one person is dead after a shooting in West Garfield Park Saturday on Chicago's West Side.

The shooting occurred in the 100-block of South Keeler Avenue just before 7 p.m., according to Chicago police.

The four victims were inside a vehicle when they were struck by unknown gunfire, police said. The victims then relocated the vehicle to the 500-block of South Pulaski Road where they struck a Chicago Fire Department vehicle.

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A 21-year-old man was struck in the back and forearm. He was transferred to Mt. Sinai hospital where he was pronounced dead, officials said.

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A 17-year-old girl and a 19-year-old man were both struck in the back and transported to Stroger hospital in serious condition. A 34-year-old man was also struck multiple times in the body and was taken to Mt. Sinai in critical condition, police said.

There were no reported injuries from the occupants of the CFD vehicle, according to officials.

No offenders are in custody. Area Four Detectives are investigating.