Business Districts

Hemingway District
100 N. Oak Park Ave.
Oak Park, IL 60302
(708) 445-1149

The Hemingway District in the “Heart of Oak Park” is home to a group of award-winning restaurants, specialty shops and international and local designers of jewelry and fashion. Located on Oak Park Avenue from the Hemingway Birth Home to St. Edmunds Church and on Lake Street and North/South Boulevards from Euclid to Grove.

Downtown Oak Park
1010 Lake St., Ste. 114
Oak Park, IL 60301
(708) 383-4145

Downtown Oak Park offers an exceptional array of stores and restaurants, including one-of-a-kind boutiques and an impressive mix of ethnic cuisines that will delight every personality, schedule, and budget. Accessible by both the Metra and the CTA green line, Downtown Oak Park offers a year’s worth of special events that will make your visit to Oak Park a memorable one. Located between Harlem and Forest Avenue and Ontario and the train station.

Oak Park Arts District
Harrison St. between Ridgeland Ave. and Austin Blvd.

A unique collection of studios, shops, and restaurants on Harrison Street. You’ll find dance and yoga studios, healing arts practices, a specialty pet store, salons and barbershops, a beading studio and an iconic record store in the district. Check the website for classes and special events like the monthly Third Friday Gallery Walk.

Pleasant District Association
South Blvd. to Randolph St., Harlem Ave. to Home Ave.

Pleasant District welcomes visitors to enjoy an assortment of service-based businesses including restaurants, personal care and wellness and lodging and banquet accommodations. Pleasant Home, a National Historic Landmark museum, is situated within a 4.5-acre public park and is open to the public for tourists, programs and event rentals. Accessible by the Metra and CTA Green Line, the Pleasant District is situated just steps from Downtown Oak Park and hosts several special events including an annual pub crawl.

Frank Lloyd Wright
Historic District

Oak Park is internationally known for its architectural styles ranging from Victorian to Prairie. It is also known as having the most Frank Lloyd Wright designed buildings in the world. A third of the houses in the village are located in historic districts, one of them being the Frank Lloyd Wright/Prairie School of Architecture Historic District. This area boasts beautiful tree-lined streets with gorgeous homes that are not to be missed. You may even feel like you’ve walked right into a storybook. Visit to schedule a tour.