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Welcome to Ukrainian Village

Chicago’s Ukrainian Village, part of the West Town area, bears the unmistakable architectural mark of the Eastern European immigrants who built many of its historic, Byzantine-Slavonic-style churches in the early 1900s. Today, the area is one of the city’s most vibrant and fastest-growing neighborhoods. Featuring an appealing mixture of architectural styles that give it a diverse housing stock, Ukrainian Village is home to everything from cottages and bungalows to new luxury condo buildings and classic brick apartment houses. All of this plus a blossoming food scene are drawing enthusiastic new residents to the area in droves.


Like many of Chicago’s neighborhoods, Ukrainian Village was first settled by German farmers. At the turn of the 20th century, a large population of new immigrants from Eastern Europe, particularly from the Ukraine, populated the area as well. The Ukrainian community continued to grow until the 1950s, and there was an additional wave of arrivals after the 1990 collapse of the Soviet Union. While the neighborhood has retained much of its European character, it is also becoming home to a diverse array of Chicagoans drawn by its charming architecture, village feel, and sense of community. Great restaurants include Bite Cafe on Western Avenue and Homestead On the Roof, an expansive dining space that serves farm-to-table fare.


Ukrainian Village is experiencing an influx of young residents as it quickly emerges as one of Chicago’s hipster hotspots. New shops offer chic jewelry, unique apparel and home décor options to a style-conscious neighborhood population. Young families are especially attracted to the central location of Ukrainian Village and its variety of housing, which includes row homes as well as luxury condos and many other options.

Landmarks and Institutions

The historic Ukrainian population remains a palpable presence here. Ukrainian cultural attractions include the Ukrainian National Museum on Superior Street and the Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art on West Chicago Avenue. The Ukrainian Village District operates a group of 1880s cottages as a museum to help bring the story of the neighborhood to life. Among the many historic churches in the area, the most well-known is probably St. Nicholas Cathedral.

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Ukrainian Village Statistics

  • Available Sales

    • 50
    • Avg Listing Price
    • $622,333
    • Sales Price Range
    • $184,900 to $2,450,000
  • Available Rentals

    • 39
    • Avg Rental Price
    • $2,416
    • Rental Price Range
    • $1,200 to $8,900
  • Sales History

    • 337
    • Avg Sold Price
    • $557,768
    • Sold Price Range
    • $167,600 to $1,475,000

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