Local-news organization DNAinfo asked people to draw their neighborhood boundaries a while back. They now have results:
After getting thousands of drawings from DNAinfo readers, we wanted to show where there was broad agreement (and disagreement) about where each begins and ends.
On first glance, both Boystown and Wrigleyville residents make clear where they think their neighborhoods are.
The core of Wrigleyville — appropriately around Wrigley Field — is between Grace, Racine, Sheffield and Newport, readers say.
Boystown's core is Halsted, Addison, Broadway and Belmont.
But look at both maps and you'll see how people in both neighborhoods are staking claim to the other's territory. A large number of readers think Boystown goes right up to Wrigley Field and several Wrigleyville residents think their neighborhood goes right up to Halsted.
I love stuff like this.