Retail tenants include Moon Voyage.
2010 West Pierce has 2-bedroom, 2-bath apartments ranging in size from 1,175 to 1,450 square feet. Floor plans are accessible online.
The apartments have hardwood floors, high ceilings, fireplaces, private balconies and individual heat and air-conditioning. There are in-unit washer / dryers. Kitchens have ample cabinet and counter space, granite counter tops, gas ranges, dishwashers and built-in microwaves.
The apartments have the split-bedroom layout that’s popular with roommates and people who work from home.
Amenities, services, policies
2010 West Pierce has resident storage lockers.
The building is smoke-free and pet-friendly, subject to limits. On-site garage and surface parking is available.
2010 West Pierce is steps from the 4-acre Wicker Park. It’s a vibrant, attractive, convenient location that affords residents great proximity to the CTA Blue Line and a wide variety of interesting shops, restaurants and nightlife.
The immediate area is dominated by low-rise buildings, many of them dating to the 19th century, on charming tree-dense streets.
Shopping. 2010 West Pierce does not have good walking proximity to a full-service grocery store. The nearest, a Jewel-Osco, is about a half-mile away.
The building has a 7-Eleven convenience store around the corner and the new Walgreen’s a block north carries some groceries.
The Wicker Park Farmers Market is held Sundays, from May to October, just south of the building in the park.
Dining, nightlife, entertainment.
You’ll find an outstanding selection of locally-owned, one-of-a-kind boutiques, bars, restaurants and outdoor cafés along Damen Ave, North Ave, Milwaukee Ave and Division St, within a short walk of the building.
Just north of the building there’s a thriving strip of shops and restaurants along North Ave.
Division Street, a half-mile east and west of Damen, is one of the liveliest, most pedestrian-friendly strips in the entire city of Chicago.
Milwaukee Ave, just east of the building, has quickly become one of the hottest development corridors in the city.
In the summer the neighborhood comes alive with street fairs and festivals. The Wicker Park Bucktown site has a good list of upcoming events.
Parks, recreation. The building is a short block north of Wicker Park, a 4-acre oasis.
The park has a field house with a gym and meeting rooms, a community garden, a fountain and a dog-friendly area.
There’s also a large playground, a baseball field, basketball courts, a soccer / football field and shaded areas for relaxation.
The new Bloomingdale Trail a/k/a The 606, is a few blocks north of the building.
Transportation. 2010 West Pierce’s has good access to public transportation.
The CTA Blue Line stop at Damen Ave, just around the corner from the building, travels to O’Hare Airport, the Loop, Oak Park and Forest Park.
There are east-west CTA bus routes along North Ave and Division St, not far from the building.
Many area residents opt for the protected bike lanes along Milwaukee Ave as their preferred route to the Loop and River North.
Access to I-90/94 and the city’s expressway grid is good, but can be slow at peak hours.
The neighborhood has mostly small apartment buildings with few vacancies. The best way to find an apartment is to walk, bike or drive, around looking for FOR RENT signs. Rentals are typically also available in a number of nearby condo buildings.
You’ll find additional options at YoChicago’s Bucktown / Wicker Park apartment guide.
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