Wrigleyville Chicago is the home of Wrigley Field where the Chicago Cubs play their home games. Wrigley Field was built in the early 1900’s and the culture that developed around the area of the stadium became a community unto itself. Wrigleyville is located within the borders of the Lakeview area and public transportation is used to transverse between the many restaurants and bars in the area. Sports are the main focus of the neighborhood, the shops contain Cubs memorabilia and many of them sell tickets to the home games.
Residents of Wrigleyville Chicago are mainly under 30 and tend to be young professionals with families. Notwithstanding the neighborhood’s obsession with the Cubs and baseball, it still achieves a residential feel. The median rent for apartments in Wrigleyville Chicago is approximately $1100 per month for a two bedroom; many allow either cats or all pets
For dining out experiences, you can choose from at least seven different restaurants on the same few blocks. If it is Italian cuisine that you crave, try the authentic Tuscany on Clark, of the famous Clark St. After dinner, take a charming stroll along the sidewalks of Main Street. When the ball game is over at Wrigley’s Field, walk right across the street to The Cubby Bear, and mingle with the huge game day crowds. Or try Sluggers, a two story establishment with a spectacular game room on the second floor.
Many of the Wrigleyville apartments are pet friendly, and if Fido needs a spa day, there is a pet grooming service right down the block. Nearby, there is a 24 hour emergency animal hospital, also.
It would be difficult to find a location that has a better system of public transportation than Wrigleyville Chicago. The city is well-connected by the many easily accessible trains on the El. Many people also like to leave the powered transportation behind and bicycle to their destinations or some may walk when the weather permits it.
With a population of less than 4000, you would think that Wrigleyville Chicago wouldn’t have more than a couple schools close by, but actually, there are at least ten, not counting colleges. There is Lincolnwood school district and Fairview school district, not to mention the Xavier School of Excellence. Just a few blocks from Wrigley Field, you can attend the Lakeview Learning Center, a satellite of Truman College.