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Wicker Park is a Chicago neighborhood northwest of the Loop, South of Bucktown and west of Pulaski Park within West Town. The area known has been named after its developers who back in 1870 began to develop the area. They did donate 4 acres of land for a park, which is called Wicker Park, of course! The area was a very bohemian neighborhood in the past, however some of that is changing, although it is still a Mecca for finding vintage as well as resale shops. The area also boasts record and CD stores, and it even has a number of places that play live music. The ubiquitous high-end boutiques, banks and chain stores have become more and more common though.
The neighborhood is best known for its numerous commercial and entertainment establishments and being a convenient place to live for downtown workers due to its proximity to public transportation and the Loop. Gentrification has made the area much more attractive to college-educated white-collar workers.
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The neighborhood has became the abode of Chicago’s wealthy Northern European immigrants. The district proved especially popular with merchants, who built large mansions along the neighborhood’s choicest streets; particularly on Hoyne and Pierce, just southwest of North & Damen, known then as Robey. Hoyne was known as “Beer Baron Row,” as many of Chicago’s wealthiest brewers built mansions there. As a relocation company we at Wolley Movers have moved a tremendous amount of very special furniture for our clients. For packing and unpacking services, you can count on us. We are happy to serve our clients with gratitude and assure that your move with us is hassle free and enjoyable! Call us for your free moving quote!