Lincoln Park

Overview

Lincoln Park has long reigned as one of Chicago’s most popular neighborhoods, and the list of reasons for this popularity is long and well reasoned.  With close proximity to Downtown Chicago, easy access to other neighborhoods, and the presence of superior parks and a beautiful lakefront, it’s hard to beat this part of Chicago.

For some, the variety and volume of restaurants and evening hotspots are the driving force for living here; for others, it’s the availability and features of the parks themselves that lead to calling this place home.  For most people, it’s the combination of the two.

Lincoln Park (the actual park) provides day trippers with a series of singular adventures; from visiting the Chicago Historical Society’s magnificent collection of Chicago artifacts  through the generations, to walking the grounds of the Lincoln Park Zoo (it’s free!), to touring the working farm that sits just south of the zoo or stepping inside of the nature conservancy’s temperate and humid greenhouse during the heart of winter – there is something for everyone.  And this doesn’t even address the playing fields, the lagoons and the ample green space that allows residents solitude in this great city!

For bars and restaurants, the list is too long to include here, but I did include a few personal favorites in the tab to your right.  Regardless of your goals for visiting or considering Lincoln Park real estate, there is something here that will cater to you.

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Boundaries:

North – Lakeview
South – Old Town
West – Bucktown
East – Lake Michigan

Zip Code(s):
60610
60614

 

Public Transportation:

  • CTA: Brown Line (Armitage, Fullerton, Diversey), Purple Line (Armitage, Fullerton, Diversey), Red Line (Fullerton)

Main Roadways:

  • Lake Shore Drive
  • Fullerton Parkway (E/W)
  • Lincoln Avenue (N/S)

 

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Natalie Smith

Natalie Smith

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