Although the Wicker Park neighborhood has been a part of Chicago since its incorporation as a city in 1837, it wasn’t until the aftermath of the Great Chicago Fire in 1871 that the Wicker Park District of the West Town Community Area began to see the influx of residential and commercial development. This development ultimately laid the foundation for the numerous trendy commercial and entertainment venues that Wicker Park is most well-known for today. An area diverse in education, occupation and ethnicity, the majority of Wicker Park’s residents are in their mid-20s and mid-30s.
With a population of nearly 90,000 Chicagoans (per the 2000 US Census), Wicker Park offers a wide range of options from new construction condos and townhomes to vintage single-family homes to a variety of rental opportunities.
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