2400 W. Wilson
2400 W. Wilson, Chicago, IL 60625
Classic Chicago architecture, 41 unit corner building,
West of Andersonville and slightly to the south, where Lincoln, Western, and Lawrence avenues intersect, is Lincoln Square. The Lincoln Square neighborhood is bordered by Foster Avenue to the north, Montrose Avenue to the south, Damen Avenue to the east, and the Chicago River to the west. This East Ravenswood Historic District is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
One of Chicago’s first planned neighborhoods, the area’s character and quaint charm is due to the leafy residential streets and its remarkable architecture: from beautiful old wood-frame Victorians, to brick and graystone two- and three-flats. Lincoln Square is home to an assortment of residences, commercial and public buildings, some dating back to the 1850s. Its diverse architecture reflects traditions passed down through generations of immigrants. The area is lucky to have the last masterpiece from famous Chicago architect Louis Sullivan, now a museum devoted to the decorative arts.