Thursday, February 23, 2017
A graduate of Northwestern University, Derek Sulo leads as principal of Sulo Development in Chicago. In his free time, Derek Sulo enjoys trying new restaurants and exploring the city of Chicago.
Although Chicago is often recognized for its famous Lincoln Park and Wicker Park neighborhoods, it has much more to offer. Below are a few of Chicago’s hottest neighborhoods:
-Ukrainian Village. Rated number one on Redfin’s The Hottest Neighborhoods of 2016 list, Ukrainian Village features a blend of traditional storefronts and hip, new restaurants, including the Italian eatery A Tavola.
-Pilsen. Located on Chicago’s South Side, Pilsen features numerous taquerias and vendors of Mexican street food. The neighborhood is also an art haven featuring a host of studios along 18th Street and South Halsted Street.
-Hyde Park. A cultural hub in Chicago, Hyde Park is home to the University of Chicago and the Museum of Science and Industry and boasts numerous small coffee shops and bookstores.
Wednesday, January 11, 2017
As head of Sulo Development in Chicago, Derek Sulo manages daily operations of a well-established developer of urban luxury projects. Derek Sulo has successfully guided a variety of condominium projects, including a five-unit building that offers boutique residential living in Lincoln Park. The North Halsted street property features elevator access and spacious outdoor environs.
The Lincoln Park neighborhood, one of Chicago’s most famous, offers residents sought-after qualities such as abundant trees, historic homes, and a location near a lakefront park that includes a world-class zoo. The park’s rich history includes it being the site of the first Ferris wheel, which debuted in 1893 at the Chicago World’s Fair and was permanently placed in the park thereafter.
Lincoln Park also serves as a center for the rich Chicago rock and blues tradition, with noteworthy live venues such as Lincoln Hall. Another popular destination is the Chicago History Museum, which features exhibits that showcase the city’s diverse roots and includes a permanent display of a section of Fort Dearborn, the original military installation that predated the city’s founding.