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Chicago: Still Walkable

Last week, the website Walkscore.com released its new nationwide 'walkability' rankings, and — surprise, surprise — Chicago came in fourth place again. The website determines the walkability of a neighborhood or city based on the number of local businesses and amenities are located within walking distance. New York took over the top spot this year, trailed by San Francisco and Boston. Within the city, 30 neighborhoods are considered 'walkers paradises,' with Printers Row, Near North, and Sheridan Park ranking the highest. [Walk Score]