November 2016

Found 3 blog entries for November 2016.

Centrum 606 Bucktown After the demolition of the Bucktown Aldi at 1767 N. Milwaukee, many area residents have been wondering what will take over such a premium site that literally sits right alongside the 606 Trail, which is an outdoor amenity that’s continuing to fuel interest among home buyers and renters. But as construction continues to keep pushing forward on the replacement project, more details and renderings have been uncovered, giving curious Bucktown locals a better idea of what’s in store for what’s now a pretty high-profile location.

Back in the spring, early reports mentioned a new mixed-use development possibly being built in place of the stand-alone Aldi store, which would include 100 new upscale apartments and also 18,000 square feet of retail space, which

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1348 N. Milwaukee ApartmentsToday’s house hunters are always looking for new options to hit the market, especially in some of Chicago’s hottest neighborhoods—like Wicker Park, for example. Last week, a number of units at 1348 N. Milwaukee officially hit the MLS, which for anybody looking for a fresh new living space should check off almost every box on the wish list. 

Located just two blocks from the Division Street Blue Line station, living at 1348 N. Milwaukee is certainly convenient, offering residents and easy and direct connection to downtown Chicago. Furthermore, you’ll also enjoy having a Jewel-Osco right across the street, while countless shops, restaurants, cafes, and bars all line Milwaukee Avenue in either direction. 

As for what to expect inside 1348 N. Milwaukee,

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Homes Near the 606 Trail There’s no denying that the 606 Trail has added an appealing amenity for countless residents living in a number of different neighborhoods on Chicago’s west side, and in only the short time the 606 has been usable, the impact it’s already having on the housing market is nothing short of jaw-dropping. 

Earlier in the month, the Chicago Tribune noted that single-family homes along the 606 Trail have spiked in value by 48.2% since groundbreaking for the new greenway started back in 2013. And while the increase in home values is certainly not surprising, the pace at which home prices are jumping up to is catching some soon-to-be home buyers off-guard. 

Much of the 606 Trail runs through Logan Square, Humboldt Park, and in between Bucktown and Wicker

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