WELCOME TO 2022
WELCOME TO 2022
Marynook Homeowners Association is over 66 years old. It was established to ensure that the Marynook community maintains an attractive appearance and remains a unique and desirable neighborhood of single-family residential dwellings.
In Marynook, homebuyers will find single family homes and townhomes to choose from. The residential architecture in Marynook hints at its post–World War II origins.
Residents enjoy spacious lots with ample living and garage space. From raised ranches to two-story modern layout, the variety of housing options here will suit a wide range of homeowners. Marynook real estate is meant to cradle Chicagoans from all walks of life with all sorts of budgets.
We are happy to have you join us.
Marynook's HOA is available to make sure you can get the most out of this community. Our Welcome Wagon along with our newsletters will keep you informed on the communities progress.
We encourage all neighbors to utilize The Ring and Next Door apps to fill in the gaps in areas we may not be aware of. Stay informed.
Marynook—20 Best Towns and Neighborhoods in Chicago and the Suburbs (as published by Chicago Magazine, 4/2010)
Marynook residents have quite a bit of yard surrounding their homes, which provides a distinguishing family-oriented atmosphere to this little south side community. Lawns and gardens are well-tended here, as people seem to take great pride in their little patch of suburbia within the city. Unlike the majority of Chicago neighborhoods, sections of residential streets in Marynook wind and curve around the private lots creating a characteristically suburban feel.
Check out this video on the history of Marynook. Here's a documentary that aired over WBBM Channel 2, Decision on 83rd Street, written, produced and reported by Hugh Hill (later a political reporter for WBKB / WLS Channel 7). This special deals with the issue of the pending racial integration over the summer of J.E. Merrion's Marynook community on the South Side which consists of 423 homes, and the community of Chatham on "the other side of the tracks" (literally).