Wrigleyville is a small, vibrant segment of the Lakeview community situated beside historic Wrigley Field in Chicago. The neighborhood next to baseball’s second oldest stadium has a raucous nightlife whether or not the Chicago Cubs win and whether they’re even playing. The bars of Clark Street in Wrigleyville are generally open around the clock.
As far as Wrigleyville real estate goes, houses for sale are attached homes that typically have homeowner association fees anywhere from $100 up to around $500 or more per month. Annual taxes run from approximately $9,000 to $45,000. Homes for sale in Wrigleyville are usually about a quarter-acre in size, and most have assigned parking and a garage.
Wrigleyville real estate is primarily commercial in nature, but luxurious condos, which are in high demand, sometimes hit the market. Homes on the side streets branching out from the area around Wrigley Field are in large part duplexes and row houses. Though not far away from Clark Street in proximity, these neighborhoods offer quiet home living.
A truly unique feature in Wrigleyville is the apartment rooftops that have been converted to Wrigley Rooftops. On these rooftops, bleachers are installed and fans with tickets can watch baseball games and sometimes concerts and other events going on inside Wrigley Field. Watching a game from a Wrigley Rooftop is about as unique a Chicago experience as you can have.
The Music Box Theatre on the western edge of Wrigleyville regularly plays a variety of classic, independent, and foreign films that aren’t offered anywhere else in Windy City.
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