Roseland is one of the 77 official community areas of Chicago, Illinois, located on the far south side of the city with a population of 39,162. It includes the neighborhoods of Fernwood, Princeton Park, Lilydale, the southern portion of West Chesterfield, Rosemoor, Sheldon Heights and West Roseland. Roseland is in Cook County and home to the Chicago State University campus, several small parks, and a huge variety of homes. A laid-back slice of Chicago on the far end of the South Side, Roseland offers a lifestyle similar to a suburb with many urban amenities. The quiet atmosphere found in this neighborhood has attracted many Chicagoans looking to settle down within the city limits.Living in Roseland offers residents a dense suburban feel. In Roseland there are a lot of parks. Roseland offers a diverse range of dining options between 102nd Street and 108th Streets. Most of these venues serve sandwiches, pastries, and other diner-style food. Upscale and ethnic cuisine can be found on the periphery of the neighborhood between Halsted and Cottage Grove Avenues. Diners and grills are the most prominent type of culinary options in this area, with neighboring Washington Heights and Cottage Grove presenting more options to locals as well.