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Lakeview

Lakeview, home to Wrigley Field, embraces a vibrant lifestyle for twenty-somethings, families, and devoted Cubs fans. Neighbors include college students, young professionals, and baseball enthusiasts. Expect an energetic atmosphere, with a mix of sports and spirits day and night. Enjoy game day excitement and lakefront activities. Discover unexpected delight in phenomenal entertainment at historic venues. Housing options range from affordable vintage walk-ups to pricier single-family homes, condos, and upscale mixed-use developments. Experience the palpable energy and excellent lake access that make Lakeview irresistible.

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$363,000

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Key Details

  • Location: Lakeview is situated adjacent to Lincoln Park and stretches along the western shoreline of Lake Michigan. It is bordered by Diversey Parkway to the south, Irving Park Road to the north, Ravenswood Avenue to the west, and Lake Michigan to the east.

  • Wrigley Field: One of the most iconic features of Lakeview is Wrigley Field, the historic home of the Chicago Cubs baseball team. The area around Wrigley Field, known as Wrigleyville, is a bustling entertainment district with bars, restaurants, and shops that attract sports fans and visitors.

  • Diverse Communities: Lakeview is a diverse neighborhood with a mix of residential areas, including historic graystones, modern high-rises, and apartment buildings. It offers a range of housing options to residents.

  • Boystown: Lakeview is known for being home to Boystown, which is one of the United States' first officially recognized gay villages. Boystown is a lively and inclusive community with LGBTQ+ bars, clubs, shops, and events, including the annual Chicago Pride Parade.

  • Nightlife and Entertainment: Lakeview offers a bustling nightlife scene with numerous bars, music venues, theaters, and comedy clubs. The Belmont Theater District is known for its diverse live performances.

  • Southport Corridor: The Southport Corridor is a popular shopping and dining destination in Lakeview, lined with boutiques, restaurants, cafes, and local businesses.

  • Lakefront Access: Like Lincoln Park, Lakeview provides easy access to Lake Michigan's shoreline, including beaches, parks, and walking paths for outdoor activities.

  • Transportation: Lakeview is well-served by public transportation, including CTA buses and the "L" train system. The Belmont and Addison stations on the CTA Red Line provide convenient access to the neighborhood.

  • Community Events: Lakeview hosts a variety of community events throughout the year, including street festivals, art fairs, and cultural celebrations.

  • Schools and Education: The neighborhood is home to several schools, both public and private, and is within proximity to educational institutions such as DePaul University and the Illinois Institute of Technology.

  • Local Flavor: Lakeview has a distinct neighborhood feel with its local businesses, farmer's markets, and community-oriented atmosphere.

Image by Lily Banse

Restaurants

Farm Bar Lakeview
Cozy's Noodles and Rice
Bodega Sur
Smoke Daddy
Farm Bar Lakeview
Anna Santhers
Crisp

Crosby's Kitchen
The Chicago Diner
Bluebird
Uncommon Ground
Wood
Savannah Restaurant
Angelina Ristorante

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