It’s not unusual to find several generations of families living within blocks of each other in this tight-knit blue-collar western suburb. Melrose Park used to have a rough-and-tumble reputation, but today crime rates are actually lower than in tonier nearby suburbs, like Oak Park. “People all know each other here,” says Mike Coco, a resident who grew up in the area. “Everyone says hello.” A two bedroom brick ranch house goes for about $185,000.
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