Lincoln Park

Welcome to Lincoln Park

Chicago’s most desirable community to live and grow in.

 

Lincoln Park is a lakefront community on the North end of Chicago, Illinois. Lincoln Park was named after the neighborhood park and, while the park now stretches past the confines of the community, it is still a community staple. The 1,208-acre Lincoln Park is one of Chicago’s most frequented parks, with over 20 million visitors a year. Not only is the park a verdant gem, but it also houses some of the must-see sights the community of Lincoln Park has to offer: Lincoln Park Zoo, the Chicago History Museum, the Alfred Caldwell Lily Pool, and the Lincoln Park Museum. 

 

The community of Lincoln Park is connected to the surrounding Chicago area by the 18-mile-long John F. Kennedy Expressway and public transit operated by the Chicago Transit Authority. Residents who commute to the larger metropolitan area will find themselves where they need to be without a fuss. While the easy commute will intrigue potential residents, it’s really the skyline views, the lakefront properties, the tree-lined avenues, and the historic Chicago brick-style homes that will seal the deal.

 

What to Love

  • Lakefront community 
  • Home of the famous 1,208-acre Lincoln Park 
  • Easy commute to the larger metropolitan areas 
  • Skyline views
  • Lakefront homes and historic Chicago brick-style homes 

Local Lifestyle

Lincoln Park is a charming community that has proven itself to be one of the most desirable places to live in Chicago. You can find yourself staring out onto Lake Michigan, having a beach day at North Avenue Beach, or sprawling out and enjoying a picnic at Lincoln Park whenever the desire strikes. The community is also the home of DePaul University, which contributes to the area’s youthful crowd and vivacious nightlife. Whatever the day calls for, you can find your perfect adventure in Lincoln Park alongside family and friends alike. 

 

Dining, Entertainment, and Shopping

Geja’s Cafe, established in 1965, is a fondue restaurant that has been named one of the most romantic spots in Chicago. With fondue, fine wine, and live classical guitarists, you won’t regret stopping into this communal dining experience. Whether you opt for the vegetarian delight or the deluxe seafood dinner, you’ll want to come back before you’ve even left. 

 

Kingston Mines is Chicago’s oldest continuously operating blues club, and they invite residents to experience the sounds of history. Grab some food and a few drinks and get ready to get loose with a little improv jazz.

 

Things to Do

You can’t get too far in Lincoln Park without running into the thousands of acres of greenery in the neighborhood. Lincoln Park Conservatory is a particularly special location in Lincoln Park that houses exotic plants and thousands of tropical plants and ferns. The conservatory is segmented into four different houses: Show House, Fern Room, Palm House, and Orchid House. Walking through the Lincoln Park Conservatory is akin to stepping into another world. The fragrant flora and the dew dripping off the flowers connect you to a sense of wonder and beauty.

 

Schools

Lincoln Park is served by the Lincoln Park School District and offers top-tier school options for children from PreK through grade 12. 

 

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