15 Sep 2014
50° Partly Cloudy
Patch Instagram photo by longunderwearman
Patch Instagram photo by quadrofoglio
Patch Instagram photo by athomeinmygarden
Patch Instagram photo by daniellemastersonbooks
Patch Instagram photo by healthandbeautynz
Patch Instagram photo by andreagazeapt
Patch Instagram photo by reh_22
Patch Instagram photo by athomeinmygarden
Patch Instagram photo by pespatchpsp

Could Highwood Be the Next North Shore Hotspot for Millennials?

That’s the consensus of a recent urban planning study of the community.

Could Highwood Be the Next North Shore Hotspot for Millennials?

Highwood is poised to be a hotspot for young professionals and foodies who want to live in a vibrant, affordable North Shore community, a new study says as explained in an article in the Highland Park News.

The Highwood Downtown Projects Guidebook, which was written by the city and urban planning consultants, said Highwood had more potential to attract residents in the 30s and 40s than any North Shore community north of Evanston, the article says. It noted the restaurant scene as well as proximity to large employers like Abbott and Baxter.

You can read the full Highland Park News article here.


What do you think? Could Highwood turn into the North Shore’s hip, young community?

Share This Article