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Wrigleyville Real Estate and Neighborhood Information

Get to know Wrigleyville

Named for the baseball stadium that occupies a city block, Wrigleyville is one of the smallest and one of the most colorful and culturally vibrant neighborhoods in the city of Chicago. It boasts rich history and remains a well-known hotspot for entertainment, dining and nightlife, and of course, America's favorite pastime. Home to the Chicago Cubs, Wrigleyville is an exciting place to live during the summer when the Major League season is in full swing. Games days are like a street festival as throngs of fans mob Wrigley Field decked in their favorite Cubbies cap and T-shirt. The spillover of Cubs supporters who aren't able to watch the action from inside the park take a seat at the local Wrigleyville bars that, needless to say, showing the game on TV.

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Wrigleyville Real Estate

Because of its close proximity to the lake, the vibrant nightlife and eclectic dining scene, Wrigleyville has become one of the most sought-after neighborhoods in all of Chicago. And Wrigleyville real estate boasts something no other neighborhood in the city can—rooftop bleachers with an amazing view of Wrigley Field. That's right, the rows of mid-rise buildings along the east and north edge of the stadium are known for their additional features that trump granite countertops and rooftop patios any day. While most fans watch the game from inside the park, many people pay a pretty penny for seats outside Wrigley Field where you can still get all the hotdogs, beer and peanuts you want, but without the crowds or lines. Needless to say, these homes are not often on the market, so let's move on to some that are.

Getting away from the central business and entertainment district of Clark Street, the rest of Wrigleyville's neighborhood area is, for the most part, quiet tree-lined streets, densely packed with low- and mid-rise residential buildings, multi-unit condominiums, two- and three-flats, and magnificently restored single-family townhomes, which include rehabbed Victorian greystones.

The neighborhood boomed in the 1980s, which created a high demand for real estate in Wrigleyville that has never really waned. Check out our Wrigleyville home sales statistics here to get an idea of the real estate market trends in this neighborhood.

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