One of the most popular areas in Chicago, Wicker Park is a trendy neighborhood in a prime location. It is full of bars, restaurants, and other Chicago establishments and has grown considerably in the last few decades. Located within the West Town area, Wicker Park’s borders are Division Street, Ashland Avenue, Armitage Avenue, and The 606 walking trail. Wicker Park has easy access to the Kennedy Expressway, and its proximity to downtown makes it a highly desired neighborhood for both families and individuals.
When looking for multi-family homes in Wicker Park, remember that properties are constantly in high demand. 2 Flat buildings are generally the most common, but 3 Flats and 4 Flats can also be found in the area. Buying a multi-family property in Wicker Park is an excellent choice given the neighborhood’s popularity and its friendly and welcoming environment.
Wicker Park real estate prices have been on a steady uptrend in recent years. The average sales price fell to around $450,000 in 2012 and has since risen to over $825,000 in 2020. Currently, the median home value is $780,000 and the median price per square foot is $350.
If you’re looking to purchase a multi-family home in Wicker Park, Chicago Real Estate Source has you covered. For the top real estate on the market, contact Jose Hernandez at 312-788-7079. Take a look at some of the available Wicker Park properties below and find your next home with Chicago Real Estate Source.
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