Located within the Lakeview community, Wrigleyville is a neighborhood surrounding Chicago’s historic Wrigley Field, hence its name. Built in the early 1900s, the now legendary baseball park is home to the Chicago Cubs, and is also the country’s second oldest baseball stadium. It was the construction of the stadium that ultimately led to the creation of one of Chicago’s most beloved neighborhoods.
A community with a very festive atmosphere, Wrigleyville is riddled with a slew of restaurants and bars frequented by droves of sports fans, especially during Cubs home games. It’s not all sports-themed bars and restaurants though – there are also several excellent live music venues, stand-up comedy bars, and dance clubs within the neighborhood. And for residents in search of some fresh air, there’s also a number of nearby parks, beaches, and trails along Lakeshore Drive, including Montrose Beach, the Bill Jarvis Bird Sanctuary, Waveland Picnic Field, and more.
Homebuyers looking to relocate to one of Chicago’s most unique and dynamic neighborhoods will find a superb selection of properties in Wrigleyville.
Housing stock largely consists of condos, apartments, and townhomes, but there are some single-family homes available further away from the ballpark.
Condos in Wrigleyville and surrounding Lakeview fetch a pretty penny- many of them are beautifully designed, with gorgeous light-filled interiors and luxurious features that include elegant wood work, large eat-in kitchens with top-quality appliances, family rooms with a fireplace, walk-out patios, and well-designed master bedrooms with spacious closets. Coupled with the fact that your home is just steps away from restaurants, shops, bars, public transit and the lake, it’s obvious why the area is so pricey.
Partners Sophia Klopas and Jason Stratton are a brother and sister team who have been in the Illinois real estate market for over twenty years. Together they offer complementary skill sets and professional expertise that make KlopasStratton truly unique.