Built between 1928 and 1934, this two-block district is named after its developer William S. Wrigley, Jr., the chewing gum magnate. The neighborhood is characterized by modest single-family homes built as working-class cottages. Most structures reflect Spanish Colonial Revival, interspersed with other Period Revival designs. The Wrigley Area Historic District exemplifies the economic and historical heritage of the community, illustrating the growth and continuing vitality of the City while the nation was in the throes of Depression.
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