Pilsen Real Estate

Located on the near southwest side of Chicago—close to the Loop and near the famed Chinatown—Pilsen is a culturally-vibrant neighborhood offering great restaurants, an abundance of nightlife options and reasonably-priced housing options.

Pilsen real estate offers a family-oriented community brimming with character, cultural pride and artistic inspiration, Pilsen is a quick train ride away from the Loop. Bordered by University Village to the North, the South Loop to the East, the Heart of Chicago neighborhood to the West and Chinatown and Bridgeport to the South, the neighborhood is in close proximity to other thriving neighborhoods.

A generally working-class neighborhood, Pilsen is a more easygoing alternative to the heavily-touristed Little Italy neighborhood that lies near the University of Illinois at Chicago campus.

The art-infused community is dotted with Polish-style cathedrals, including St Adalbert's, which protrudes the Chicago skyline.

Pilsen real estate offerings are diverse, but most options found in this community are variations of multi-unit housing dating from the late 1800’s to post-World War II era. However, the construction of new condominiums and single-family homes on the east side of the neighborhood is making Pilsen one of the next major development areas for infill construction.

The average listing price of a home in Pilsen is $253,841, making the Pilsen real estate market surprisingly affordable compared to much higher listing prices in more affluent areas of the city and in many nearby suburbs.

Besides plenty of neat little shops and a diverse selection of culturally-infused dining options, this neighborhood promises to please art enthusiasts with an array of art galleries and museums, including the Mexican Fine Arts Center Museum.

In fact, the east side of Pilsen along Halsted Street is home to one of Chicago’s largest art districts.

The presence of the strong art community that resides in the neighborhood is the result of reasonable housing options and colorful social options that can be compared to Wicker Park but with less of a hipster-centric vibe.

At the heart of Pilsen at W. 18th Street and Central lies an active commercial corridor filled with authentic Mexican bakeries, grocery stores and cafes.

Pilsen continues to be a growing neighborhood with a wonderful diversity of cultures and things to do and see.

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Listing information last updated on May 24th, 2017 at 9:51pm CDT.