East Village Real Estate – Chicago, Illinois Real Estate


If you are looking for single-family homes, condos or 2-4 flats in East Village use the East village MLS. The East Village MLS will save you time and frustration, everything that is available on the market can be found right here. To begin searching for properties in East Village please choose one of the links below:

Search Here For East Village Condos and Townhouses
Search Here For East Village Single Family Homes
Search Here For East Village 2-4 Flats

Contact an East Village Real Estate Expert

Ideal Location has a team of agents that primarily work in the west town area including East Village. Why not put an expert to work for you that actually knows the area and the market? There is absolutely no charge to have an agent represent you when you are looking to buy a property, the seller pays the full commission. Don’t go at it alone, call one of our experienced agents on our west town team today at:

312-433-9300 Ext. 40

The East Village Neighborhood

1200N (Division)
2000W (Damen)
1600W (Ashland)
500N (Grand)

The East Village neighborhood is located about two miles from the Loop. The area is from Ashland on the East to Damen on the West and Division on the North to Grand on the South. Wicker Park is located just to the north and Ukrainian Village is just west of East Village.

The area is fast become a favorite neighborhood because of its neighborhood feel and its location. Getting downtown is a short L or bus ride while the neighborhood is seeing more commercial development along Division, Chicago and Damen. It is also close to Wicker Park without having Wicker Park prices although the prices are rising fast.

When the neighborhood was first developed in the late 1800’s and early 1900’s there many cottages and bungalows that made up the single-family stock. There was also a number of 2-4 flats built. Because of the increase in development in East Village and the number of homes being torn down to make way for new condos and Single-family homes the city was pressured from Neighborhood Groups and Historic Preservation Groups to declare part of East Village a historic landmark. The designation is sure to slow the amount and type of new development that will be allowed.

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