Auburn Gresham, most commonly referred to simply as Gresham, is one of the 77 official community areas of the city of Chicago, Illinois with a population of 45,909. It is in Cook County and located on the far south side of the city and was the original location of the South Side Irish Parade before it was relocated to the Beverly neighborhood farther southwest in the city. Auburn Gresham is one of 10 priority communities selected as a part of the initial phase of Mayor Lightfoot’s INVEST South/West commercial corridor improvement strategy. Auburn Gresham is known for its bungalow-style housing and brick two flat apartments. The Chicago Public Library’s hurgood Marshall Branch is located in this community and features a large auditorium, and houses community artwork.Living in Auburn Gresham offers residents an urban suburban mix feel. In Auburn Gresham there are a lot of parks.