The Wicker Park area of Chicago blends the old with the new, and while many of the vintage houses remain, there has been plenty of new condos construction in recent years. This, combined with a large amount of rentals, make Wicker Park available to a broad base of buyers.
Make sure you visit Pierce and Hoyne streets to get glimpse back in time of homes that were built by wealthy brewery owners.
Wicker Park, an actual park that the community evolved from, has acquired a big playground, basketball court, field house, community garden, and areas of trees and beautiful landscaping. Trendy restaurants, clothing boutiques and music venues all can be found in Wicker Park.
Bordering Neighborhoods: Pulaski Park, The Loop, East Village, Ukrainian Village, Humboldt Park and Bucktown
Boundaries: Bloomingdale Trail to the north, Ashland Avenue to the east, Division to the south and Western Avenue to the west