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Addison Street

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Addison Street

Addison Street
3600 North
East end Lake Shore Drive (500 W) in Chicago
West end Cumberland Avenue (8400 W) in Chicago

Addison Street is a major east west street on the north side of Chicago. It is most associated with Wrigley Field, located at 1060 West Addison Street, which is the home of the Chicago Cubs.

Chicago communities

From east to west:

  • Lake View (City of Chicago)
  • North Center (City of Chicago)
  • Avondale (City of Chicago)
  • Irving Park (City of Chicago)
  • Portage Park (City of Chicago)
  • Dunning (City of Chicago)

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