Lovely Hidden Gem in Pilsen Neighborhood -FOOD, ART, MUSIC
About Gabriel Montoya
Born and raised in Denver, Colorado. Visited Chicago 2005 and literally fell in love. That is the year I met my amazing wife. She is born and raised in the amazing neighborhood Pilsen this is where we have chose to plant our flag as a family. Pilsen is filled with so much culture from arts, music and amazing food. In the summer you can definitely catch us at the many music and food fest that Pilsen and surrounding neighborhoods have. You can catch us at the park playing with our daughter eating an “Elote” (Corn on stick) or “Paleta” (Mexican Popsicle) just enjoying the Chicago weather. We became homeowners in 2018 and we now are excited to share what we have built with our guests. When investing In Pilsen the buildings are old need allot of work, but have amazing character. We have spent the last year making our property perfect while preserving the character. We love to travel so we understand how important room accommodations are. So we hope to make you as comfortable as possible on your visit to Pilsen and Chicago. We love help so if there is anything you need please don’t hesitate to ask. We look forward to having you as a guest in Pilsen and beautiful city of Chicago.
Why Gabriel Montoya chose Heart of Chicago
Pilsen is our home. This is where we have planted our flag. When searching for homes we wanted character and we found it in this property and now we share it with you!
What makes this Apartment unique
It is all brand new! It was built with you in mind. We put what we wanted in this apartment. So much went into making this place perfect!
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Features · art scene · artists · great food · urban · sense of community · vintage/thrift stores
Gabriel’s home is located in Chicago, Illinois, United States.
“Featuring streets lined with hip galleries and walls decorated with colorful murals dating from the 1970s, the Pilsen neighborhood on Chicago’s Lower West Side is a nest of cutting-edge culture and art,” says Biggs Bradley. “It’s been fostered by successive waves of Eastern European and Mexican immigrants, in addition to local artists and students, who have molded this fascinating area over the past century and a half. At the National Museum of Mexican Art, the 10,000-piece collection showcases the work of Mexican and Mexican-American artists. And there are a growing number of performance venues, art studios and trendy bars like the popular Punch House.
Written by: Ann Abel Forbes Magazine