The Wicker Park and Bucktown area remain one of the hottest Chicago neighborhoods, steeped in history and booming with exciting nightlife, restaurants, and activities to do.
Wicker Park and Bucktown’s lines are easily blurred as these two areas border one another and are somewhat merged together. Throughout both neighborhoods, you can find phenomenal Wicker park condos for sale + Bucktown Condos for sale.
Wicker Park is an area with a rich history beginning in 1837 when it became incorporated as a part of the city of Chicago. The Rolling Steel Mill brought industry to the area in 1857. In 1871 after the Chicago Fire, the area found a large increase in residential and commercial building and was home to some of Chicago’s most prominent families such as the Pritzkers, Uihleins, and the Crowns.
Wicker Park is located Northeast of the Loop and West of Lincoln Park. It also sits on the southern border of Bucktown.
The two areas got their names based on the immigrants that lived there. In the 1870’s while Wicker Park was still forming, developers Charles and Joel Wicker bought four acres of land to develop a neighborhood and donated four acres of it to the city to build a park. That park was named Wicker Park, and the name stuck for the rest of the neighborhood. Bucktown got its name because it had a high Polish population who often kept goats in their homes. Goat in Polish is “buck,” hence the name.
1526 N Leavitt Street #1: If you’re looking to live in the heart of Wicker Park, consider this beautiful new construction. This three-bedroom duplex is steps away from North Avenue, where you can find some of the neighborhood’s best dining, shopping, and nightlife. The condo lives like a single-family home and offers ample space and brand new finishes and high-end appliances.
2300 W Wabanisa Ave #217: Consider this two-bedroom unit within the Clock Tower Lofts. The stunning loft design features soaring 14 ceilings with exposed wood beams and brick, floor-to-ceiling windows, and gorgeous hardwood floors throughout. The location is blocks from the 606 trail and other popular Wicker Park destinations.
3125 W Fullerton Ave #221: Located a bit more north closer to the Bucktown area. This four-bedroom unit offers 2,000 square feet, along with a 600 plus square feet private terrace. The property also provides access to a rooftop deck with panoramic views of the city. Residents have access to two high-speed elevators, a workout facility and private garage parking.
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