Creative, eclectic and steeped in Eastern European history, Ukrainian Village is the classic old-meets-new neighborhood. Trendy shops have peacefully weaved their way between mom-and-pops. The streets themselves are quiet, but everything is a short walk away from the trendy bustle of Division Street—home to some of the city’s top destination restaurants and nightlife.
Beloved grunge venue of indie shows
Next door to the Empty Bottle, they’ve got Sicilian style pizza and sauce that slaps.
Flavorful British-Indian food
Historic houses along Hoyne and Thomas Street
A shot-and-a-beer saloon
Multi-domed, with magnificent frescos and mosaics
One of the few Louis Sullivan-designed churches in America
Day in the life.
Do as the locals do...
Have breakfast at Flo, then elevenses at Milk & Honey cafe
Create a custom terrarium at Sprout Home
Save room for steak at Boeufhaus
Take in a show at the Empty Bottle
Bar hop along Division and Damen
What Our Residents
& Agents Love.
Here are some top neighborhood faves from our agents and residents.
"Dumplings are so good, and the pound cake for dessert is nice compliment to the heavy German food"
"Best place for authentic Ukranian food"
"Awesome place for vintage clothes"
"Unique brewery in a cool converted theater"
ALL UKRAINIAN VILLAGE
I've lived at 909 N Leavitt for about 2 years now. Buildings in Chicago are always going to have issues, but how Local by Laramar responds is what matters. My building engineer, Rolex, is so responsive and nice. If he can't fix something (which he usually can), he has someone else come out right away. Our fridge broke and they had a brand new fridge delivered the next day without issue. Mike (portfolio manager?) is so extremely helpful and nice as well.- Emily T.
Rolex, has been wonderful. From simple fixes to more complex tasks he has significantly been a wonderful asset to have when there’s a problem!