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New apartments in Bucktown can be found in loft apartments that are converted warehouses and manufacturing facilities that have been renovated into condos and luxury rental apartments. New loft apartments for rent have been erected in the build-up as well. Bucktown apartments for rent tend to have more bedrooms, and nearly 90% of all of the Bucktown apartments for rent listed on Domu are two-bedroom and three-bedroom apartments. There is a limited supply of studio apartments and one-bedroom apartments in Bucktown, while four-bedroom rental options tend to be single-family homes and lofts for rent.
Originally a giant barnyard (where 19th-Century farmers raised their "bucks"), Bucktown Chicago morphed into a gritty, industrial outpost before artists and others moved in to take advantage of the low apartment rent. Gentrification soon followed. So naturally, this led to a boom with many new apartments for rent. Today, Bucktown apartments are in high demand; Bucktown has become a popular choice for hip Chicagoans.
Parks in Bucktown include Ehrler Park, Churchill Park, Holstein Park, Senior Citizens memorial Playlot Park, and the Bloomingdale Trail (aka 606 Trail).
Bucktown is definitely a Chicago neighborhood where there is always something to do or someplace to eat. Bucktown is rich with young professionals, artists, and families with kids. Progressive fashion boutiques, national retailers, sushi restaurants, and fancy ice cream parlors muscled their way into the mix, alongside the offbeat retailers, record stores, bike shops, bars, nightclubs, and quirky eateries. Popular spots in Bucktown include Map Room, Lottie's Pub, Le Bouchon, The Bristol, Club Lucky, Irazu Costa Rican restaurant, The Robey, Ipsento 606, Mindy's Bakery, Etta Bucktown, and The StopAlong. Bucktown Chicago can often be confused with Wicker Park, an equally hip neighborhood to the south of Bucktown (the borders are frequently debated). One way or the other, the commercial center of Bucktown is still the six-corner intersection of Milwaukee, Damen, and North Avenues. The CTA Blue line 'L' train conveniently stops less than a block away, and the commute into the Chicago Loop is speedy.
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Dining in Bucktown
Bucktown apartments are in a Chicago neighborhood where there is always something to do or someplace to eat. Sushi restaurants, BBQ joints, fancy ice cream parlors, and quirky eateries have emerged to offer apartment renters a smorgasbord of culinary options.
Nightlife in Bucktown
Bucktown, Chicago, can often be confused with Wicker Park, an equally hip neighborhood to the south of Bucktown (the borders are frequently debated). Locals in Bucktown are drawn to the Map Room for casual evenings shared over a pint or for a more involved group outing; there’s the all-in-one gaming, drinking, and eating on tap at Whirlyball.
Coffee in Bucktown
Ipsento Coffee is a favorite among Bucktown renters for its counter-serving caffeinated beverages and its eclectic interior decorations.