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Ukrainian Village Chicago is a quiet and charming residential neighborhood near the west side of Chicago and is considered a part of the larger West Town neighborhood. But it's growing in reputation as a highly sought-after place to rent an apartment. A major national real estate brokerage recently recognized Ukrainian Village as the hottest neighborhood in the country(!). Ukrainian Village apartments are generally found on lovely tree-lined streets in vintage apartments, 3-flat or 4-flat buildings with fully renovated interiors that include modern conveniences and first-class finishes. Many are apartment buildings, and some are condos for rent from individual owners with beautiful and unique spaces. This is not the right neighborhood if you are looking for studio apartments, as only a few are available each year. Ukrainian Village apartments tend to be more extensive floor plans like one-bedroom, two-bedroom, and three-bedroom, with just a handful of 4 bedroom apartments for rent each season. These apartments offer extra space on quiet tree-lined streets compared to some downtown neighborhoods.
Walkability from Ukrainian Village apartments ranks 93, plus this neighborhood is bike-friendly, and access to public transportation is convenient. To the east, the CTA Blue Line train is available at the Division station, and the Metra Train is available to the west at the Western Avenue Station with service on the MD-N, MD-W, and NCS Metra lines. CTA bus lines include the #66 Chicago Avenue, #70 Division Street, #49 Western Avenue, and the #50 Damen.
Whether it's easy neighborhood accessibility and walkability, or the abundance of apartments for rent, Ukrainian Village offers something for everyone looking to rent an apartment in Chicago. The stores and restaurants, along with Chicago Avenue, function as the main retail strip for Ukrainian Village, including a massive Mariano's Grocery store. Many residents also frequent the restaurants and retail along with Division to the north, which is customarily considered part of Wicker Park.
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Schools in Ukrainian Village Chicago
- Humboldt Park Montessori School
- Roberto Clemente Community Academy
- Anderson Community Academy
- LaSalle II School
- St Nicholas Cathedral School
- Friedrich Chopin Elementary School
- St Mark School
Dining in Ukrainian Village
If you’re lucky enough to rent Ukrainian Village apartments near Whisk, located on Chicago Ave, then you’ll have a go-to spot for brunch, burgers and more. Forbidden Root is another prime destination along Chicago Ave that offers Ukrainian Village apartment renters sips of botanical brews and a robust all-day menu in the restaurant. For Ukrainian Village apartment renters seeking to go full-tilt Eastern European in their gastronomic adventures, check out Heritage Restaurant & Caviar Bar near Washtenaw and Chicago Ave, which serves up caviar and vodka during happy hour.
Nightlife in Ukrainian Village
Catching a show at The Empty Bottle is a solid bet for most Ukrainian Village apartment renters. The well-loved and well-worn Chicago venue at Cortez St and Western Ave has a solid track record of showcasing some of the best and most interesting local acts. Catch them at this neighborhood institution before they make it big.
Coffee in Ukrainian Village
Dark Matter Coffee in Ukrainian Village is a local powerhouse when it comes to supplying the neighborhood with caffeinated beverages. Their impressively sized Star Lounge Coffee Bar on Chicago Ave has a patio that’s all the rage with Ukrainian Village apartment renters in the warmer months, and the “mothership” coffee roastery on Western Ave is where many local Chicago businesses buy the beans that help The City That Works get stuff done.