Welcome to Ukrainian Village. Chicago’s first official neighborhood in the 1980s. This relaxed community on the Near West Side is popular with everyone from young professionals to families with young kids.
Iconic workers cottage, part of the rebuild after the Great Fire, dot the neighborhood, including in the historic landmark district. Ukrainian Village tree-lined streets reveal other single-family and multi-family homes, including two-and three-flats.
Rated highly walkable and bike-friendly, residents of Ukrainian Village enjoy restaurants with global and local flare. Bars, bakers, coffee shops, delis, plus boutique shopping line Division, Chicago, and Western. Nearby parks and playgrounds offer up green space, playgrounds, and programming.
Harking back to its history, the thoughtfully curated Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art and Ukrainian National Museum are unique cultural standouts. Commuters take advantage of the Blue Line.