The North Side's Crown Jewel

Great nightlife? Check. World-class entertainment? Check. One of the most iconic sports destinations in the world? Check.

If you’re looking for a Chicago location that’s great for work and play, look no further than Wrigleyville. Affordable, fast-paced, and always offering something new to try, this neighborhood is a “must-see” for anyone ready to dive headfirst into Chicago’s rich young professional scene.

“I've never experienced such a seamless apartment-rental process in my entire life. I'm impressed with the response rate, turnaround time, and the quality of the unit itself. I'm so excited to move in!”

Megan Wrigleyville

The Location

Running East/West from Halsted to Ashland, and North/South from Roscoe to Byron, Wrigleyville is located right in the heart of Chicago’s Lakeview neighborhood.

Plus, with the Addison Red Line stop right next to the stadium, and the Southport Brown Line stop not too far away, Wrigleyville is just a short train ride from both downtown Chicago, and the rest of Chicago’s north side area.

The Neighbors 01

Wrigleyville residents tend to trend younger, with moderate to high levels of discretionary income.

The area is populated mainly with young, single “twenty-somethings” often fresh out of college, with families opting for quieter Lakeview residences a bit further out.

What You'll Find 02

Tons of bars, cheap eats, great venues for live music, and, of course, Wrigley Field—the neighborhood’s crown jewel.

All of these amazing places are surrounded by Chicago brownstones and duplexes. These apartments offer spacious and affordable living, often within walking distance of Wrigleyville’s most exciting destinations. Take in a Cubs game, catch a concert at Metro, hit some of the legendary bars like Sluggers and The Cubby Bear, or head a bit further west for a quieter drink at Guthries. When it comes to Wrigleyville, there’s always somewhere to go, and something to do.

What You Should Know 03

The Cubs are opening up a brand new complex near the corner of Clark and Addison soon, which will replace many staples like iO, Bar Louie, and Mullen’s, with more upscale entertainment—including more shopping centers, and even a movie theater.

But while this will certainly change the face of the area, many of the area staples like The Cubby Bear, Dimo’s, and more will continue to stand, providing Wrigleyville with an amazing future without having to lose its past.

Why You'll Fall In Love With Wrigleyville 05

Everyone becomes a baseball fan when they come to Wrigleyville—not just because of the iconic field that stands at its center, but because of the energy it inspires.

Wrigleyville is a Chicago destination unlike any other, with an excitement and a pulse that, come Cubs season, gives its residents and visitors a reason to take pride in city of Chicago all over again.