Ukrainian Village is a historic Chicago neighborhood located south of Wicker Park. Its boundaries are Division St. (1200 N) to the north, Chicago Ave. (800 N) to the south, Western Ave. (2400 W) to the west, and Damen Ave. (2000 W) to the east. It was the first neighborhood to be designated an 'official neighborhood' of Chicago by Mayor Jane Byrne in 1983. A section of the neighborhood was designated as a Chicago Landmark District in 2002 with extensions added in 2005 and 2007.Add Ukrainian Village and other attractions to your Chicago trip itinerary using our Chicago travel itinerary planner.
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Chicago's Ukrainian Village may lack the hustle and bustle of neighboring hot spots Wicker Park and West Loop. But it hosts its own culinary scene and has been described by real estate developers as..... more »
We stayed here in an Airb&b,it has all the stores and restaurants that you could want and is a 30 minute bus ride to the centre of Chicago more »
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