Apartment of the Week: Bucktown

$1,400 for this convertible studio in Bucktown is available now! This stunning garden unit has it all! The unit is a gut rehab featuring a stunning new kitchen with stainless steel appliances and quartz counters. The unit also has hardwood floors, central air, and in unit laundry!! It’s also pet friendly! This Bucktown location is close to the Kennedy Expressway, as well as the North Ave & Ashland Ave bus routes. Some nearby places include Choppers, Tarboush Mediterranean, Hollywood Grill, Schwa Restaurant, and also the park/606 Trail!! This is an amazing deal! Hurry and book your showing before it’s too late!

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      • ID: 51822
      • Available: Now
      • Neighborhood: Bucktown Chicago, IL
      • Bedrooms: Cvt Studio
      • Condition: Gut Rehab
      • Bathrooms: 1.0
      • Floors: Hardwood
      • Pets: Dogs/Cats OK
      • Heat: GFA
      • A/C: Central air
      • Laundry: In unit
      • Parking: Street
      • Dishwasher
      • Blinds


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Explore Bucktown Chicago

by Michael Keating

Explore Bucktown Chicago


Just slightly north and west of the city’s center, Bucktown frequently gets grouped with Wicker Park and sometimes Logan Square, leaving us wondering exactly what characteristics one might expect from this thriving, trendy neighborhood. On a map, the neighborhood resembles the top of a grand piano, anchored by Western Avenue on the west, the recently modernized 606 trail along the south, and follows the curve of the Chicago River.


Primarily residential west of the Kennedy Expressway (90/94), which cuts through the neighborhood diagonally and provides a direct route to downtown or the suburbs and O’Hare Airport, Bucktown is also home to several boutiques and independent restaurants as well as big box chains, like Target and Costco. The history of the communities within Bucktown is rich. Along Oakley and Damen Avenues are some of the city’s most ornate and majestic churches.

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Be sure to check out:


  • The Hideout, which hosts literary shows and concerts several nights a week

  • On Tuesdays, The Map Room serves their astounding selection of beers and offers free food. Arrive early, as it tends to be quite an attraction.

  • Coast Sushi Bar, a BYOB restaurant with glowing reviews

  • Explore your ability to create at Arts n Spirits!

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Popular Bucktown Events

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  • 90/94 or the Kennedy Expressway provides easy access to Downtown Chicago or to O’Hare and the northern suburbs.

  • A number of CTA buses carry passengers along the main thoroughfares; the Western Avenue Blue Line Station transports riders to O’Hare and the Loop; the Clybourn Metra Station connects citydwellers to several suburbs.

  • The 606 is a major development that runs along Bloomingdale Avenue from North Ridgeway to North Ashland Avenues. The dog-friendly, elevated trail was recently modernized and features a path for bicyclists, runners, and walkers. Open daily from 6am to 11pm.

  • According to walkscore, “Daily errands do not require a car” for Bucktown residents.

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Apartment People Bucktown Properties

Bucktown/Wicker Park Rent Ranges: 1 Bedroom $950-2000, 2 Bedroom $1400-3000, 3 Bedroom $1800-3500

  • ID #21987 – $2,200 for a 2 bedroom, 2 bedroom gut rehab with parking included and in unit laundry.
  • ID #27912 – $2,100 for a 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom walk-up with a dishwasher and laundry in the building.
  • ID #32510 – $1,475 for a 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom flat with hardwood floors and laundry in the building.
  • ID #37723 – $2,800 for a 3 bedroom, 2.5 bathroom flat with in unit laundry and beautiful finishes throughout.

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While less densely populated than the Lincoln Park and Lakeview neighborhoods, there is no shortage of community and culture in Bucktown. Its richness and diversity is influenced by the variety of immigrants from Poland to Cuba and everywhere in between. According to The Chicago Neighborhoods, “The neighborhood’s origins are rooted in the Polish working class, which first began to settle in the area in the 1830s.” In fact, the neighborhood was named after the goats raised there in the 19th century. Today, you’ll find a neighborhood invested in the arts and innovative cuisine, as well as a community appreciative of nature.

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