Claiming one of the nation’s greatest urban parks as your front yard.
An ample 1,208 acres of green space, the neighborhood’s namesake park hosts a free zoo, theater, nature museum and conservatory, 15-acre pond, five playgrounds, and bustling harbor. Its nearby lakefront trail and beaches are set against a backdrop of downtown skyscrapers.
Affordable apartments in vintage brownstones as well as expensive modern condos and revitalized single-family homes. Loft condos in converted factories and warehouses can be found around the university and beautiful high-rises along the lake offer breathtaking views at high price points. Vintage walk-ups and condos can be more affordable, but prices rapidly escalate for rehabs and new construction.
Historic appeal with chic upgrades.
Packed with small boutiques and high-end retailers on Armitage Avenue, casual cafes and eateries spilling out onto sidewalks on Clark and Halsted Streets, and a buzzing bar and music landscape on Lincoln Avenue, Lincoln Park sets the stage for college students, young professionals, and families who also desire the cast-iron facades and sense of history.
- The Loop 21m by train, 19m by car
- Merchandise Mart 25m by train, 15m by car
- Union Station 25m by train, 17m by car
- Millennium Park 27m by train, 16m by car
- East to West Lake Michigan to Chicago River
North to South Diversey Parkway to North Avenue
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Valued for its pedestrian-friendly and culturally-rich qualities.
Lively retail-lined streets and leafy residential blocks pave the way for an appealing blend of residents and visitors, all captivated by Lincoln Park’s charms. And who wouldn’t be? The community boasts lakefront recreation, zoo, performing arts and music scene, abundance of shops, and range of restaurants—from BYOB ethnic spots to high-end ticketed experiences.
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