Live Steps From Wrigley Field

Your next home at 536 W Addison will likely be your favorite to date, especially when you realize the prime location you’ve managed to score. You’ll find yourself a short walk away from Wrigley Field, so you can enjoy your spring and summer seasons cheering in the stands and watching your favorite team. The lake is also within close proximity as well as countless shops, restaurants, grocery stores, and bars. With some of the best bar scene and nightlife nearby in Wrigleyville and Boystown you’ll have a hard time choosing a spot on a given weeknight or weekend to enjoy with your friends. On days you need to get a bit further away, or perhaps you need to commute daily to work, you are near multiple bus stops and train stops. 


The Lakefront

Living this close to the lakefront is a truly unique experience you can enjoy 365 days a year! This stretch of Lakeview hosts a beautiful harbor, tennis courts, ball fields, a golf driving range, a 9-hole golf course, a popular dog beach, and bike, walking, and jogging trails. Get out and soak up the sun!

Restaurants and Bars

East Lakeview's nightlife is unquestionably the most fun you'll have in the city. Dining options run the gauntlet from ultra chic to comfortably casual. The neighborhood is stacked with every type of cuisine imaginable.  Go ahead indulge – you deserve it!

The Cubs

The history of Wrigleyville is inextricably linked to Wrigley Field, home of the Chicago Cubs baseball team. Wrigley Field was built in the early 1900s and it was with the building of this monument to baseball that the neighborhood first became defined within the larger Lakeview area. The culture that has since sprung up around the legendary stadium makes the Wrigleyville area a true community!

Public Transportation

Yes, 536 W. Addison offers covered and secure parking, but your public transportation options are limitless. It will be a short walk to both Red and Brown train (El) lines and express buses, which will all get you downtown in minutes! The Addison bus stop is literally at your front door if you need to head west or jump on the Blue line to get to O’Hare Airport.