With the baseball season now in full-swing, the Cubs have officially begun their quest to defend their most recent World Series Championship—an accomplished feat that’s infamously been 108 years in the making. But with all the redevelopment currently happening all throughout Chicago’s Wrigleyville neighborhood, it’s now a north side location that continues to offer a whole lot more for locals to enjoy than just a fun-filled day at the ballpark.
The new Addison & Clark development that’s currently under construction will eventually feature a new Lucky Strike Bowling alley and Cinemex movie theatre once finished, and the new Zachary Hotel will bring a number of Chicago culinary favorites to the neighborhood as well, including Big Star and Smoke Daddy BBQ just to name a couple.
As Wrigleyville continues to develop and evolve to include so many new amenities and attractions, demand for homes and condos in the area is also on the rise. And with fewer options and opportunities for active home buyers to consider, you better act fast if you see something you like; especially if you hope to get all settled in before the height of this year's Cubs season.
WRIGLEYVILLE HOMES & CONDOS BETWEEN $350,000 & $400,000