Ukrainian Village Apartment Living

Neighborhood Vibe

Ukrainian Village apartments are found in both vintage and new construction buildings. Overall this neighborhood has a cozy and charming vibe.

Heart of the Neighborhood

Ukrainian settlers made this Chicago neighborhood their home in the late 19th century and the name has stuck around since. The Holy Trinity Cathedral, designed by celebrated architect Louis Sullivan, is a neighborhood landmark and home to a longstanding Ukrainian orthodox congregation.

What We Love Most

While there are a handful of Chicago neighborhoods that could make a claim to be the “foodie capital” of the city, there are few that rival Ukrainian Village for its selection of bankable favorites (brunch joints, coffee houses, bakeries and late-night eats are all on the menu) while offering a supremely convenient location for apartment renters who need to get downtown or onto the expressways.

Best Way to Get Around

Access to Ukrainian Village Chicago apartments is easiest via the no. 66 Chicago Ave bus or the no. 49 Western Ave bus. The nearest ‘L’ stops on the Blue line are at the neighborhood’s eastern and northern edges, Division Station and Western Station respectively. It’s a short drive to the I-90/94 expressway as well.

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1 Bedroom in Ukrainian Village
Average Rent
$1.2k-1.7k
2 Bedroom in Ukrainian Village
Average Rent
$1.7k-2.2k
3 Bedroom in Ukrainian Village
Average Rent
$1.6k-2.6k

Apartments for rent in Ukrainian Village

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Apartment Buildings in Ukrainian Village

2151 W. Division Apartments
2151-53 Division
2151 W Division St
Rent starting at
$1,795

New Ukrainian Village Chicago Apartments for Rent

2027 W HURON ST #G
2313 W IOWA ST #1R
2352 W THOMAS AVE #3
1026 N WOOD ST #2
1037 N HOYNE AVE #2
2158 W GRAND AVE #301

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