1947 N. Bissel DePaul, Lincoln Park, Lakeview
About 1947 N. Bissel
DePaul Neighborhood Details
In addition to the buses that run along both of DePaul’s major streets (Diversey and Fullerton), the Brown Line and the Red Line CTA stations are just a few blocks east. Public transportation is convenient for commuting to work and traveling beyond neighborhood borders, but DePaul is so condensed that most locals stick to foot traffic when on the home front. And with Lincoln Park just a few steps away, there's hardly reason to leave the area. Housing in this neighborhood is strikingly similar to that of Lincoln Park, in architecture and value. The streets are lined with many elegant aging trees, wrought iron fences and intricate landscaped patios. You’ll find an interesting mix of newly built condos and vintage stone and redbrick walk-ups. Most of the brick buildings were installed shortly after the Great Fire of 1871. Next to its sister neighborhood, DePaul is one of Chicago's most coveted areas for real estate. One and two bedroom condos with parking spaces start around three hundred thousand—and that’s a bargain, while a three bedroom unit with garage parking doubles the price to the six and seven-hundred thousands. And then there’s the stunning three- and four-story townhomes that hit the multimillion-dollar range.
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