Part of the West town community area, Wicker Park has long been considered a destination for arts and culture, restaurants, and nightlife in Chicago. Recent developments such as the Bloomingdale/606 Trail have transformed unused rail lines into miles of bike/run/walk trails. At the corner of Milwaukee, Damen and North Avenues, the iconic Robey hotel has long provided inspiration for the neighborhood. Adjacent is the Flat Iron Arts building which is home to many artist studios and galleries and features a monthly open house. Additional arts and entertainment outlets include the Subterranean and Chop House which feature live music.
The Milwood features studio and 1-bedroom apartments with exposed brick, poured concrete floors, subway tiling, custom cabinetry, in-unit laundry, glass-enclosed rain showers, bike storage, and limited parking. This building has historic charm with contemporary features. The Milwood is located on Milwaukee Avenue, a popular street in Chicago which has charming shops and restaurants.
West of Wicker Park is Humboldt Park, a community area featuring miles green space with lagoon, trails, and summertime recreation. Humboldt Park is home to the National Museum of Puerto Rican Arts and Culture, one of Chicago’s many art museums. The nearby 606 bike trail extends east to Wicker Park/Bucktown and is a great option for biking, running, and walking.
The North hotel features studio and 1-bedroom apartments with exposed brick, poured concrete floors, subway tiling, custom cabinetry, in-unit laundry, glass-enclosed rain showers, bike storage, and lobby lounge with co working table. The FLATS apartments in the North Hotel offer residents historic details such as exposed brick while providing close access to recreation in Humboldt Park and the nearby 606 bike trail.