Wicker Park joins the list of Chicago neighborhoods that have benefited from the past decadeýs housing boom. Once dilapidated, the area has blossomed into a hipster mecca, a spot that has welcomed new businesses, restaurants, and construction, while retaining a gritty edge. The area is known as a vibrant, artistic community, and continues to encourage and celebrate working artists. At the same time, itýs now known for some of the cityýs best shopping, dining and nightlife.


Take a look inside to see how Bucktown has transformed from a blue collar community, and artist enclave to one of the city’s most attractive neighborhoods. Residents appreciate the area’s culture, restaurants, nightlife, and unique architecture, primarily composed of brownstones, greystones, and incredible lofts.


This up and coming neighborhood stands out for its diversity, community activity, and profusion of culture and art. New construction blends seamlessly with older, well built homes, many of which are exceptionally well-maintained. If you’re looking for a “laid-back” and “artsy” community, come see what the Ukranian Village has to offer


Logan Square’s diverse community inspires the unique urban style of shops and cafes found in this spirited neighborhood. Local artisans and an evolving business district merit Logan Square’s distinction as an “undiscovered gem.” As more homes are rehabbed, the area’s rich history and beautiful architecture continue to be a part of this community’s charm.

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