2335 N. Dickens
2335 N. Dickens, Chicago, IL 60647
Front building and coach house yard – 5 spacious apartments
Once a neighborhood of predominately Polish immigrants, Bucktown gets its name from the goats (called bucks) kept in the backyards of its early, poorer residents. The area’s rejuvenation was started by local artists, once attracted by cheap rents and accessibility to the Loop (10 minutes away) and expressways. Today, artists are reluctantly giving way to a trendier crowd, but their creative force left a lasting impression.