1631 N. Paulina
1631 N. Paulina, Chicago, IL 60622
6 unit vintage brick building with parking on the border of Bucktown and Wicker Park
The borders of Bucktown are often confused for those of nearby trendy Wicker Park. But, Bucktown is a neighborhood with a character all its own. Once a neighborhood of predominately Polish immigrants, artists recently began to inhabit the area.
These days, upscale restaurants, trendy nightclubs, and high-end clothing boutiques attract a more style-conscious sect.
The boundaries of Wicker Park are North Ave. on the North, Division St. on the South, Western Ave on the West, and Ashland on the East. The center of all the action is at the intersection of Damen, Milwaukee and North Avenues. Wandering the streets from this location, you’ll run across some appealing shops that add to the unique flavor of the neighborhood. It is one of the most eclectic, artsy areas of Chicago. Wicker Park is a fun, attractive area considered by some to be the hippest place to live in the city.
The historic area of Wicker Park is noticeable by the attractive three-flats and old 1800 mansions, of note – Beer Baron Row (Hoyne Street between Pierce and Schiller). It is an architecturally diverse variety of Victorian homes and modern low-rise buildings. Cheap buildings, low rents and a convenient El stop brought bohemian chic to Wicker Park.