Lincoln Park Real Estate
Bordered by the Diversey Parkway, the Chicago River, North Avenue, and Lake Michigan, Chicago’s Lincoln Park is known for its bustling nightlife, tree-lined streets, boutique shops, and for being the home of some of the oldest restaurants popular among Windy City natives. Its boulevards are lined with residential real estate types ranging from full on mansions, brick row houses, restored Victorian two-flats and three-flats, graystones, brownstones, mid-rise rehabbed condos, modern town homes, and high-rise condominium complexes. The neighborhood is conveniently situated just north of the Downtown Loop, meaning it’s a bit less frequented by tourists but still sprinkled with some of the city’s most popular lifestyle attractions.
Lincoln Park Neighborhood Information
With its pubs, summer street fairs, theater, bike trails, and historic attractions, Chicago’s Lincoln Park has entertainment options for everyone. The neighborhood is also home to some of the Windy City’s most renowned performance venues, including theatre companies and music clubs that cater to scenes ranging from live blues, reggae and salsa to Opera. Other neighborhood highlights include the Lincoln Park Zoo, Fullerton Beach, DePaul University, an art house cinema and a couples of world famous improve comedy troupes.
Lincoln Park Accessibility
In addition to numerous CTA Bus Routes, Chicago’s Lincoln Park neighborhood is serviced by Brown, Red, and Purple Line L Trains, which go as far north as the northeast suburbs and south through the Downtown Loop. Lakeshore Drive is also only minutes away for convenient commuting.