About Ukrainian Village
Ukrainian Village is a tranquil mix of old and new. It’s not as trendy as neighboring Bucktown and Wicker Park. But that’s one of its charms.Located on the west side of Chicago, Ukrainian Village is a residential area that reflects the German, Polish and Ukrainian immigrants who settled in the area in the 1800s and early 1900s.
As the popularity of nearby neighborhoods grew, Ukrainian Village had a resurgence, attracting a new generation looking for an affordable option in a great location.
In addition to a new generation of residents, the neighborhood has also seen a number of trendy eateries, bars and boutiques pop up along Division Street, Chicago Avenue and Damen avenues. With trendy Wicker Park nearby, residents also have easy access to dozens of restaurants, eclectic shops, art galleries and nightlife.
Homes include single-family, multi-family, Victorian-style homes, workers cottages and tidy brick two-and three-flats located on quiet tree-lined streets.
Ukrainian Village is a hop, skip and a jump from the Kennedy Expressway, the Division blue line L stop and several bus lines.