Walkable and bikeable Albany Park is a neighborhood on Chicago's Northwest Side. Residents in Albany Park enjoy some veritable global feast with some of the city's most diverse dining options and older establishments nestled in next to new bars and restaurants. Shopping follows suit, with ethnic grocery stores and shopping options. A youth-led arts scene centers around the outstanding Albany Park Theater Project. Performances take place at Laura Wiley Theater in Eugene Field Park. The park also features early 20 acres of fields and courts and a playground and spray pool. Community programming is available for locals of all ages. On the northern border of Albany Park, Gompers Park features a well-tended lagoon and other water features. Horner Park hosts a farmers' market, which serves as a community marketplace for everything from produce to plants to specialty foods to baked goods. On the east side of Albany Park, Jensen Park has a playground, water spray feature, junior baseball field, and a basketball court. While the nightlife here is quieter, head to a local joint to grab a beer or join a dart league. The Halycon Theater looks to create art that champions cultures listening to and learning from one another. Albany Park's "Old House" style earned it a spot on the National Register. For homebuyers, attached homes are common, with single-family homes like bungalows, apartments, and newer condos available. The CTA Brown Line and several bus stations make it easy to get to and from Albany Park. There are also marked bike routes for cyclists.