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Wicker Park real estate for sale offers home buyers a chance to live in a trendy and hip Chicago neighborhood with a vibrant energy sustained by its diverse and cultured population. Wicker Park is northwest of the Loop, south of Bucktown, and is bordered by the Chicago River to the east and Western Avenue to the West. Wicker Park’s origination came in 1870 when Charles and Joel Wicker bought 80 acres of land along Milwaukee Avenue and devised a widespread residential development plan of mixed lot sizes surrounding a 4-acre park, now known as Wicker Park. Today, Wicker Park is a haven for the creative arts as numerous art galleries and music venues litter the landscape. The neighborhood’s most recognizable building, The Flat-Iron Arts Center, is the centerpiece of Wicker Park and is host to famed art exhibits and festivals such as the smART Show and First Firdays; events that showcase the work of hundreds of local artists throughout the Chicago area. Read more about West Town real estate.
Wicker Park is a young trendy town with plenty to do. From coffee houses to bars and great restaurants there's always somewhere to go and something to do. Wicker park is just south of Bucktown, so you can always take short trip and see what's going on there.
Wicker Park Real Estate is mostly townhouses and lofts, with a few mid-rise buildings. Wicker Park Homes range from $30,000 into the millions.
Transportation options in Wicker Park may be one of the most convenient amenities in the neighborhood, supporting today’s vital on-the-go lifestyle. The 90/94 expressway is accessible from Division Avenue just east of Milwaukee and two CTA Blue Line “L” stations are located at Division and Milwaukee and Damen and Milwaukee Avenue. Wicker Park also has six major CTA bus lines that are accessible which include the 50, 72, 56, 70, 9, and 132 routes. For more information about Wicker Park real estate for sale, contact Ted Guarnero at (844) SEE CHICAGO.
After checking out all the newest artistic works at the Flat-Iron Arts Center, residents of Wicker Park can enjoy some of the best underground music venues in Chicago. Subterranean and the Vittum are two of Wicker Park’s most popular and during the summer months the neighborhood keeps rockin’ with the Cans Outdoor Music Fest and the infamous Wicker Park Fest. The 4-acre Wicker Park at Damen and Schiller is also an excellent outdoor space to enjoy a walk or morning jog and the larger Clemente Park at the corner of Division and Western remains a popular spot for dog owners and their pets.