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Pilsen, an iconic Lower West Side Chicago neighborhood, has traditionally been considered “up-and-coming”. Today, it is anything but. There are not many neighborhoods in Chicago with abundant access to culture, history, dining, music, entertainment, and affordability. The uniqueness of the neighborhood has even been recognized by Forbes as one of the best neighborhoods in the world (#12). Therefore, it is the best time to invest in your future and purchase a home in Pilsen.
Pilsen’s roots go back almost 200 years to the 1840s. The neighborhood’s origins throughout the 1800s were predominantly European. Over the course of the 20th century, the neighborhood became home to the city’s growing Mexican population.
Not only does the neighborhood have easy access to I-90 and I-55, it also has a great walk score - 90! You can walk nearly anywhere, and you have access to CTA buses and subways that can take you all over the city. Pilsen’s location also provides its residents with access to some of the city’s best hospitals and universities, University of Illinois - Chicago (UIC) and Rush University Medical Center. If sports are more of your thing, the White Sox are not far away in Bridgeport.
Mexican cuisine is iconic to Pilsen. Panaderia Nuevo Leon is Chicago’s premier Latino bakery that has been a staple to the city for decades. La Esperanza, 5 Rabinitos, Don Pedro Carnitas, La Luna, and Pilsen Yards are other neighborhood staples that will give you a taste of the best Mexican in the city.
You can’t talk about Pilsen without talking about Thalia Hall. Upon first glance, it looks like it could be a luxury condo building. Behind the brick walls, it is a bustling oasis of indie music and live entertainment. Most shows are 17+, so it is a great location for an adult’s night out.
By living in Pilsen, you have access to art that cannot be found anywhere else in Chicago. By living in Pilsen, you have the opportunity to be immersed in all types of art. 16th Street Murals showcase street art, and there are many galleries affiliated with the Chicago Arts District in the neighborhood. The National Museum of Mexican Art is also in your backyard.
Pilsen has seen great increases in the market in 2022. East Pilsen homes were up nearly 22% compared to 2021 and selling for a median price of $499K; Pilsen Historic District homes were up nearly 13% compared to 2021 and selling for a median price of $378K.
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