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Ukrainian Village encompasses the area from Grand Ave (500 N) north to Division St (1200 N), and from Damen Ave (2000 W) west to Western Ave (2400 W).

ZIP codes: 60622, 60612.

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A new luxury single-family in hot Ukrainian Village

2126 W Erie

Noah Properties homes typically sell before completion or shortly after. A 4-bedroom, 3 ½ bath Noah home in hot Ukrainian Village has just hit the market, and it’s slated for completion in two weeks. The home has everything you expect from this builder — open spaces, a lavish kitchen and family room, high-style fixtures, ample ...

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Posted by sponsored post on May 5, 2014
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Is the crisis in the Ukraine improving Realtor spelling?

St Nicholas

Ukrainian Village is probably the most commonly misspelled neighborhood name in Chicago. Is that changing as a result of the saturation coverage of recent events in the Ukraine? A search at Redfin turns up 12 listings that reference Ukrainian Village and spell it correctly. Six listings refer to Ukranian Village. That’s a 1/3 overall error ...

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Posted by Joe Zekas on April 24, 2014
ChicagoDowntown / Loop

High style, budget prices at sold-out Ukrainian Village condos

742 N Western

The six new 2- and 3-bedroom condos at 742 N Western in Ukrainian Village sold out pre-completion. That’s been the typical pattern for developments by Noah Properties. Noah Properties‘ developments have a number of features in common: high-style finishes, large windows, showplace kitchens and baths, an all-inclusive features package, and very competitive pricing. The units ...

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Posted by sponsored post on February 10, 2014
ChicagoDowntown / Loop

Condo sales, prices surge in West Town

2004 W Erie St

West Town is one of Chicago’s 77 official Community Areas, but it’s not a neighborhood name that many will recognize. West Town encompasses a number of more familiar sub-neighborhoods: parts of Bucktown and Humboldt Park, and all of Wicker Park, Ukrainian Village, East Village and River West. The local Multiple Listing Service enables real estate ...

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Posted by Joe Zekas on September 27, 2013
ChicagoDowntown / Loop

Is East Village the next Bucktown?

1900 block Chicago Ave

The fact that we’re even asking the headline question is an indication that the real estate market has taken a turn for the better this year. During the past half-dozen years, speculation about the “next hot neighborhood” was a way to elicit well-justified scorn. During those years, however, without much fanfare, 100s of new homes ...

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Posted by Joe Zekas on July 9, 2013
ChicagoDowntown / Loop

New condos sold pre-construction in Ukrainian Village

2004 W Erie St

Noah Properties continues its hot streak with Chicago condo buyers. A recent 18-unit development in Ukrainian Village was entirely sold pre-construction, and beginning closings at the time of this video. Three-bedroom, 2-bath units were priced in the $350s and 4-bedroom, 3-bath duplex units in the $470s. All of the homes included a garage space, private ...

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Posted by sponsored post on July 8, 2013
ChicagoDowntown / Loop

Six new homes sell pre-construction in Ukrainian Village

2001 W Erie Chicago

I’d hoped to do a video survey of new construction in Ukrainian Village yesterday, but the weather wasn’t cooperating. I did stop for an updated look at six Noah Properties’ single-family homes that were under construction – and under contract – at the time of my visit last December. The 4-bedroom, 3 ½ bath homes ...

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Posted by Joe Zekas on July 3, 2013
ChicagoDowntown / Loop

A look at Division Street, from Wicker Park to Humboldt Park

1900 block Division St

Division Street from Ashland Ave almost to Western Ave – a stretch that divides Wicker Park from East Village and Ukrainian Village – is one of the most vibrant, attractive, pedestrian-friendly strips in Chicago. The vitality of Division Street comes to an almost complete halt just east of Western Ave at the border of Humboldt ...

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Posted by Joe Zekas on June 12, 2013

Keeping watch on Ukrainian Village and East Village

East Village streetscape

With the recent demise of EveryBlock, Facebook is becoming a more active venue for sharing neighborhood information. Check out the very active (nearly 1,400 members) Ukrainian Village Neighborhood Watch Group, for example, to stay informed on events, shots fired, burglaries, gang graffiti and more. The group, which is closed and requires an invite, covers Ukrainian ...

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Posted by Joe Zekas on April 10, 2013
ChicagoDowntown / Loop

Market for MLS-listed downtown rentals shows continued strength

New East Side aerial

About a year ago the inventory of MLS-listed downtown Chicago rentals reached stasis and we stopped tracking it on a weekly basis. A correspondent’s suggestion that the market for MLS-listed rentals was a lot softer this year than at the same time last year prompted us to do an updated tally. The data don’t lend ...

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Posted by Joe Zekas on March 28, 2013
ChicagoDowntown / Loop

If the Grand Avenue Corridor exists, where is it?

Abbey Brown

If you do a Google search for the Chicago neighborhood that TimeOut calls the Grand Avenue Corridor you won’t find many results. And you won’t find any solid guidance as to the neighborhood’s boundaries. The March 14 issue of TimeOut offers some teaser clues to the neighborhood’s location: Advantages Close to Randolph Street restaurants; easy ...

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Posted by Joe Zekas on March 18, 2013
ChicagoDowntown / Loop

New East Village and Ukrainian Village single-families and condos

2007 W Erie St Chicago

Noah Properties has been one of Chicago’s best-selling developers the past several years. The six 4-bedroom, 3 ½ bath single-family homes that Noah has under construction in the 2000 block of Erie have all been sold prior to completion. At the time of this video none of the Ukrainian Village homes was even completely framed ...

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Posted by sponsored post on December 11, 2012

A sunny new luxury home on a Ukrainian Village corner

658 N Oakley video

Noah Properties has had a run of quick-selling hits lately. Its latest, a 4-bedroom, 3 1/2 bath home at 658 N Oakley in Ukrainian Village, is on a southwest corner lot. It has Noah Properties’ signature touches, including a showplace kitchen, large windows, an oversized master bath, and a light, bright finished lower level with ...

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Posted by sponsored post on April 9, 2012
ChicagoDowntown / Loop

New single-family on a Ukrainian Village corner lot

658 N Oakley video

The 4-bedroom, 3 ½ bath home nearing completion at 658 N Oakley in Ukrainian Village is another distinctive home from Noah Properties, a builder who’s had a run of quick-selling hits lately. The home is on a southwest corner lot walking distance of food shopping, restaurants and public transportation. It has Noah Properties’ signature touches, ...

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Posted by sponsored post on March 5, 2012
ChicagoDowntown / Loop

Chicago’s neighborhood misspelling bee

St Nicholas Chicago

What’s the most commonly misspelled Chicago neighborhood? It’s not Lake View. The neighborhood’s official name is spelled as two words, but the more common usage, even at the city’s official tourism site, is Lakeview as one word. The purists may not like it, but it’s become acceptable. It’s not Montclare either. You’ll find it spelled ...

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Posted by Joe Zekas on November 25, 2011
ChicagoDowntown / Loop

Preview thirteen Sunday open houses in a YoChicago video extravaganza

Video open houses

Thirteen Chicago homes at which we’ve shot video recently are open for viewing on Sunday, May 22. Preview the homes in our videos, then head out to your favorites. Check back often at YoChicago, or search our video page, for a closer look at the places, spaces and faces that make Chicago a great place ...

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Posted by Joe Zekas on May 21, 2011
ChicagoDowntown / Loop

Sunday open house pick – New Ukrainian Village 5-bedroom

2034 W Superior Chicago IL

A dramatic floating staircase, soaring through 4 levels, is one of the highlights of this new single-family home at 2034 W Superior St, in Ukrainian Village. The home was just about to go live in the MLS as I was visiting, but buyers were already on the scene, admiring the high-style, distinctive finishes and open ...

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Posted by Joe Zekas on May 14, 2011
ChicagoDowntown / Loop

New construction roundup: West Town condos, Part 2

Here are four more sites of new-construction condos in the West Town community area. (See yesterday’s roundup here.) 1414 W Grand Ave: Unit 3, a three-bedroom / 2.5-bath condo priced at $579,000. Features a duplex floor plan; an island kitchen with mocha cabinetry, quartz countertops, and an espresso machine; a private roof deck; and garage ...

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Posted by Joseph Askins on September 28, 2010
ChicagoDowntown / Loop

Schools and home prices in Wicker Park

Video: Schools and home prices in Chicago's Wicker Park

During our brief walk down Division Street earlier this month, Eric Rojas and I stopped a couple times, once near Moonshine at Division and Marion and again near the Milk & Honey Cafe between Wolcott and Winchester, to talk more about Wicker Park, Ukrainian Village, and the greater West Town community area from a real ...

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Posted by Joseph Askins on September 27, 2010
ChicagoDowntown / Loop

New construction roundup: West Town condos, Part 1

These four condos are some of the newest you’ll find in the West Town community area. Check back tomorrow morning for listing from four more West Town addresses. 730 N Ada St (above left): Unit PH-E, a three-bedroom / 2.5-bath condo with 2,400 square feet, priced at $599,000. Designed by Studio Dwell Architects; slated for ...

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Posted by Joseph Askins on September 27, 2010