Lincoln Park is a neighborhood based in North Side, Chicago. This community is made up of many neighborhoods including Park West, West DePaul, and Clybourn Corridor, a major retail district. There are approximately 66,000 residents in Lincoln Park, and they include college graduates, young professionals, and families of varying sizes.
Lincoln Park is a very affluent community. It has several upscale bookstores, restaurants, coffee shops, and retailers along Armitage Avenue. This neighborhood also has some splendid venues dedicated to nature like the Lincoln Park Conservatory, the North Pond Nature Sanctuary, and the Alfred Caldwell Lily Pool. If you have kids, you can take the whole family to Lincoln Park Zoo, a free zoo that’s one of the oldest in North America. All of these places happen to be located in a park that shares the same name as the community it’s based in, and is the largest public park in Chicago. For a snack or a quick bite, you can easily stroll along Clark Street and enjoy its many sweets shops, casual cafes, and ethnic restaurants. In contrast, Lincoln Avenue is perfect for partiers. This street is lined with taverns and bars, and it’s quite common to see DePaul University students enjoying time spent with friends here. The neighborhood is also home to many live music clubs, museums, and theaters. Lincoln Park offers highly-acclaimed, yet small number of schools. Public schools include two elementary schools, one high school, and three magnet schools. It also has four private schools.
Lincoln Park real estate properties are generally comprised of condos, single-family residences, and townhouses. These homes in Lincoln Park vary in price and have one to six bedrooms. There are even a few open lots available if you plan on designing your own home. Lincoln Park is a nice neighborhood for all, whether you’re an adult living on your own for the first time or if you’re raising a family. Its population size affords a delightful small town feel, yet its amenities give it an urban touch. Once you settle in, you’ll find it very difficult to leave.
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