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Wrigleyville - Town vs. County Stats

Avg Price in Wrigleyville: $565,400 / County Avg $541,700


Avg Taxes in Wrigleyville: $8,500 / County Avg $9,100


Avg Sq. Ft. in Wrigleyville: 1,709 / County Avg 2,126


Avg Price per/ft2 in Wrigleyville: $331 / County Avg $255


Avg Walkscore in Wrigleyville: 93 / County Avg 69


Avg Year Built in Wrigleyville: 1970 / County Avg 1964


Avg Days on Website in Wrigleyville: 33 / County Avg 76


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Wrigleyville is a small neighborhood within a neighborhood.  It's part of Chicago's larger Lakeview neighborhood, which is a lively and diverse area that is west of Lake Michigan and east of Ravenswood between Diversey to the south and Irving Park to the north.  Wrigleyville is named for Wrigley Field, which is the home of the Chicago Cubs. It stretches a couple blocks out in all directions from Wrigley Field and is home to many sports bars and clubs and sports themed restaurants.

Perfect for those who...

Love the Chicago Cubs and want to be near all the baseball action.  

What it is like to live in Wrigleyville:  

Scores of neighborhood taps throughout Wrigleyville , but Clark Street around Wrigley Field is packed full of sports bars, grills and pizza joints.  



Wrigleyville stretches a couple blocks in all directions from Wrigley Field and is bounded by Grace Street to the north, Fremont Street to the east, Cornelia Avenue to the south and Racine Avenue to the West.


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.  Further out from the Field, you can find comedy clubs and sports clubs and bars.



Serviced by the CTA Red Line "Addison" Station, as well as numerous bus lines, Wrigleyville 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.