Lincoln Park living
Lincoln Park is one of Chicago’s most iconic and coveted neighborhoods. A true crossroads of tastes, everyone from a dive bar loving sports fan to a Michelin Star foodie enjoys Lincoln Park’s many establishments. Locals also enjoy the shopping which features local boutiques as well as upscale national retailers like West Elm or Nordstrom Rack.
Seamlessly blended with the neighborhood’s convenience is the charm. Lincoln Park is home to DePaul University (founded in 1828), the Lincoln Park Zoo (one of the country’s oldest zoos, established in1868), and a few architecturally defining churches.
Lincoln Park style
Lincoln Park’s tree-lined streets consist homes ranging from vintage walks ups to multi-million dollar new construction homes. Along the lakefront, the neighborhood showcases stately brownstones and mansions along with glamorous old world high-rises featuring serene views of Lake Michigan and beyond. While buyers can find affordable options in vintage condos and townhomes, pricing quickly climbs (often times into the millions) when looking at new construction or rehabbed homes. Other options include lofted condominiums in converted factories and warehouses.