Chicago's Lakeview neighborhood is a trendy young neighborhood that's only 4 miles from the Loop and contains Wrigleyville within its borders. Stretching along Lake Michigan shoreline, Lakeview is a vibrant place to call home in Chicago. It's also home to the Chicago Cubs, Wrigley Field and the new Gallagher Way. Since the Cubs won the World Series in 2016, the Wrigleyville has been completely revamped.
During the summer, you can get outside to enjoy the many bars and restaurants with patios and rooftops in Wrigleyville, catch a game at Wrigley Field and enjoy outdoor movies, festivals and concerts at Gallagher Way. And, you can keep up with all that outdoorsy fun through winter with ice skating and Chriskindlmarket also happening around Wrigley.
Once you venture off the main roads, you'll find beautiful tree-lined streets with homes, apartment buildings and condos. Lakeview transportation is as easy as a slice of pie from West Town Bakery in Wrigley with numerous Red, Purple and Brown line El stops, along with CTA buses running on most of the major streets in the neighborhood.
Whether you're strolling baseball centric stores on Clark Street, hopping beer gardens down Sheffield to Wrigleyville or sampling food around the world on Belmont, your Lakeview neighborhood life is sure to be flavorful.