1925 S. Racine Ave, Chicago, Cook County, IL 60608

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Last updated 17 Mar 2020
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$1,350 - $1,645 USD / Month
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Property Summary for 1925 S. Racine Ave EspaƱol?

Property Type
Building Name
1925 S. Racine Ave
Building Contact
Cagan Management Group
Date Added
17 March 2020
School District
Chicago Public School District 299

Building Units for 1925 S. Racine Ave

  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • from $1,150
One Bedroom
  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • - Sqft
$1,150 USD
  • 2 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • from $1,350
Two Bedroom
  • 2 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • - Sqft
$1,350 USD
  • 3 Beds
  • 1.2 Bath
Three Bedroom
  • 3 Beds
  • 1.2 Bath
  • - Sqft

Overview for 1925 S. Racine Ave

Lower West Side Originally a gateway for immigrants coming to the City of Chicago, the Lower West Side has hosted many distinct ethnic groups, all of which have left a specific mark on its smaller neighborhoods. The most well-known of these, Pilsen, was actually named after a city in the Czech Republic, from which most of its residents once hailed. Most members of the community were primarily working-class at the time, laboring in nearby stockyards and factories, while the current population is much more ethnically and economically diverse. Home to numerous historical districts and unique Pilsen-style houses, simply walking around this community serves as a cultural lesson. The cuisine here is as authentic as can be, so much so, that residents from other parts of the city make their way over here just to try it! Pop into the free neighborhood museum on the weekend, grab a bite to eat from a local joint, and hob on one of many buses or the CTA Pink or Orange Lines if you plan to venture out somewhere else. The nearby BNSF Railway and Stevenson Expressway also make it almost far too easy to head out for the weekend. Things to Do Recreation: several parks, including the Canalport Riverwalk Park along the Southern Branch of the Chicago River Culture: Thalia Hall (live music avenue), National Museum of Mexican Art (free!), 9 Mag Tattoo, numerous Mayan and Aztec-inspired murals throughout the community Architecture: Schoenhofen Brewery District, Chicago Sanitary Ship Canal Historic District, Cermak Road Bridge Historic District, Pilsen Historic District Shopping: Open Books (non-profit), Irv s Bike Shop (new used), Working Bikes (refurbished), Accent Minded (used furniture), Knee Deep Vintage, Textile Discount Outlet For Foodies: Lawrence s Fish Shrimp (family-owned), Honky Tonk BBQ, Bruna s Ristorante (Italian, since 1933), Caf Jumping Bean, La Michoacana Paleteria Neveria (ice-cream), Carnitas Uruapan Restaurant (Mexican) Drinks: Simone s (eco-friendly craft beer), Skylark (cash-only a photo booth), Punch House (basement bar)
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Demographics in 60608top


Total population 79,205
Male population 43,845
Female population 35,360
Median age 32.40


Total households 25,627
Average people per household 2.68


Total housing units 28,572
Owner occupied 9,348
Renter occupied 16,279
Median year built 0


Median household income 44,043
Average household income 62,105

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Demographic data shown in this section was gathered from the 2018 American Community Survey and is deemed reliable but is not guaranteed.
No representation, guarantee or warranty is made as to the accuracy or completeness of information modified or aggregated for specific neighborhoods and/or zip codes.

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