Wrigleyville is not only a destination neighborhood for Cubs fans, but also for Chicagoans who love to live in the center of the action.
Named after the friendly confines of Wrigley Field, the neighborhood is experiencing a major transformation following renovations to the ballpark. In addition to the ever-popular sports bars, restaurants and souvenir shops, the neighborhood boasts new upscale chef-driven restaurants and a boutique hotel.
The new Gallagher Way – Wrigleyville’s town square – offers residents and visitors alike a gathering place to enjoy farmers markets, outdoor movies, ice-skating and neighborhood celebrations on days when the Cubs aren’t playing.
Located in Lakeview, the neighborhood includes tree-lined streets with greystone three-flats, low-rise apartment buildings and single-family homes. The CTA’s Red Line and numerous bus routes run through the area, making it easily accessible by public transit.