CHI - Lake View Real Estate - Find Your Perfect Home For Sale!

CHI - Lake View - Town vs. County Stats

Avg Price in CHI - Lake View: $525,800 / County Avg $542,300

48%

Avg Taxes in CHI - Lake View: $8,300 / County Avg $9,900

42%

Avg Sq. Ft. in CHI - Lake View: 1,759 / County Avg 2,013

44%

Avg Price per/ft2 in CHI - Lake View: $299 / County Avg $269

111%

Avg Walkscore in CHI - Lake View: 92 / County Avg 72

64%

Avg Year Built in CHI - Lake View: 1959 / County Avg 1964

50%

Avg Days on Website in CHI - Lake View: 44 / County Avg 66

33%

CHI - Lake View Real Estate Market Health

New Listings
Reductions
Foreclosures
Short Sales

Lively, diverse Lakeview is centered around legendary Wrigley Field, but is also home to riotous comedy clubs, art house movie theaters and seminal rock and roll clubs.  

Lakeview includes the smaller neighborhoods of Wrigleyville, Lakeview East, and Graceland West, which is the northwest tip of Lakeview.  Anchored to the parkland west of Lake Michigan, vibrant Lakeview offers a home to a strong artistic network and thriving local businesses amongst lakeside high-rises and low-rise rentals and condos.   

Perfect for those who...

Are ready to soak up the city's nightlife but still have to make it to work in the morning.  Great for those who want a more laid back feel and better price point than Lincoln Park.

 

Location:

Lakeview is located to the west of Lake Michigan, south of Irving Park Road, west of Ravenswood Avenue, and north of Diversey Avenue.

 

What it is like to live in Lakeview:  

Scores of neighborhood taps throughout Lakeview , but Clark Street around Wrigley Field is packed full of sports bars, grills and pizza joints.  Dozens of small theaters and comedy clubs line Clark Street further South, comprising an integral part of city's deserved reputation as the nation's foremost place for stand-up and improv comedy.  

 

Attractions , Landmarks and Things to Do:

For a hundred years Wrigley Field has been bringing Chicagoans to Lakeview for baseball, hot dogs and a few frosty Old Styles.  But more recently, newer attractions have popped up, from the iconic Music Box, which screens art films and midnight cult classics, to Schubas Tavern, which has hosted rising indie, country and folk acts for over 25 years.  

 

Transportation:

Serviced by the CTA Red, Brown and Purple Lines, as well as numerous bus lines, Lakeview is one of the most public transit-friendly neighborhoods in town.

 

Close by to:

Diverse Lakeview East lies to the East along the banks of Lake Michigan.

Quieter North Center and quaint Roscoe Village sit to the West.

Beautiful Lincoln Park and DePaul University are just to the South.