Originally built in 1914 for Federal Leagues Chicago Whales, Wrigley Field is one the oldest still-operating stadiums in the MLB. It was renamed Wrigley Field in 1926 by then-owner William Wrigley Jr., a chewing gum manufacturer. Of course, there's more to Lakeview than baseball. From the luxury high-rise apartments along Lake Shore Drive to the tree-filled streets and single-family homes in Graceland West, there's something for everyone in Lakeview. This large neighborhood consists of several smaller enclaves, including Wrigleyville, Boys town, and North Halsted. Lakeview features several theaters, such as the Music Box Theater and the Playground Theater, as well as music venues and shops. On the south end of the neighborhood, Lincoln Park is home to the Lincoln Park Zoo, a nine-hole golf course, a dog beach, and jogging trails. This gorgeous 14-unit building in the heart of Lakeview stands out for its clean lines and a great location. Located on the corner of Grace & Marshfield offers boosts an updated roof, newer windows, and an excellent value add opportunity with high upside. The location of this building is one block from Ashland Avenue in a neighborhood that is perfect for almost any type of tenant. The masonry-constructed building with brick veneer that was built in 1929 has stood the test of time and allowed it to become a classic neighborhood structure. Located across from a park and walking distance to everything you'll need as a resident. Financials reflect proforma income.