This neighborhood on Chicago's near west side owes its name to an influx of Eastern European immigration to the area during the late 19th century. Today, apartment renters in Ukrainian Village will find that it has undergone a reinvention of sorts, with exciting restaurants and shops set up in the business districts along West Chicago Avenue and North Damen Avenue, turning this formerly quiet neighborhood into a hip destination.
Renters searching for one-bedroom apartments in Ukrainian Village will find that the average rent is in line with the rest of Chicago. Many residents who are fans of the neighborhood amenities located within Wicker Park, Bucktown, and Logan Square enjoy renting an apartment in Ukrainian Village. Why? For starters, the average rent is pretty reasonable for this neighborhood. The accessibility of public transportation along West Chicago Avenue and North Damen Avenue also plays a significant role. However, the neighborhood affords many renters who are car owners with convenient street parking. Lastly, the mixture of well-maintained vintage apartments, condos for rent, and recently renovated two- and three-flats provides Chicago apartment renters with abundant choices in a relatively affordable and quiet neighborhood that's still connected to all of the most happening parts of town. It's also worth mentioning that Ukrainian Village is garnering its reputation as a highly desirable destination for dining, entertainment, shopping, and nightlife.
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