Lakeview was an incorporated town from 1887 to 1889 when Chicago annexed it into the city. People were living in the area from 1830. Lakeview's name came from a hotel built near what is now Sheridan and Byron. Walter Newberry of library fame, suggested the name to the owner James Rees. If you go to Addison and Halsted you will see the Police station called "Town Hall". That name comes from the fact that Lakeview's town hall was located there. Ignore the cute "Wrigleyville" name for the neighborhood. It's Lakeview!
The address of the Lake View Terrace is: 12002 Osborne St., Lake View Terrace, 91342 0834
The address of the Lake View Public Library is: 202 Main St, Lake View, 51450 0020
The area of Lake Lillian Neighborhood Historic District is 121,405.692672 square meters.
The phone number of the Lake Ridge Neighborhood Library is: 703-792-5675.
The address of the Lake Ridge Neighborhood Library is: 12964 Harbor Drive, Woodbridge, 22192 3012
In my view, Englewood, a neighborhood on the south side of Chicago
The phone number of the Lake View Terrace is: 818-890-7404.
The address of the Sadie Carmichael Branch Library - Lake View - is: 207 S. Main Street, Lake View, 29563 3247
The address of the Children'S Neighborhood Museum is: 814 Hart Rd, Round Lake, IL 60073
The phone number of the Lake View Public Library is: 712-657-2310.
The address of the Lake View Historical Society is: 114 Crescent Park Drive Po Box 4, Lake View, IA 51450-7454