Lincoln Park is a dynamic neighborhood and one of the most sought after places to live and buy real estate in Chicago.
Who wouldn’t want to live in the epicenter of the city with a upscale boutiques, a conservatory, nature museum, 1,200 acre park on the lake front, a zoo with over 1,000 animals, biking, jogging paths, yacht clubs, marinas, ice skating, baseball diamonds, a lagoon complete with paddle boats, and awesome restaurants including world renown 5 star Charlie Trotters.
Not to mention a vibrant and ever changing night life scene which has everything from young hip clubs to Irish and sports bars to the world famous blues bar the Kingston Mines.
Lincoln Park is also the home of the Steppenwolf theatre which produced the likes of John Malkovich, Gary Sinise, Joan Allen, Laurie Metcalf and John Mahoney.
Probably half of the housing stock was built between 1880 and 1904 in the boom after the Chicago Fire. The streets of Lincoln Park are among the most beautiful to stroll through in Chicago, complete with grey stones brownstones updated high rise condos across from park, row homes, frame homes, condos, and 2-flats.
Lincoln Park is also the home of Depaul University where 1700 students attend school and add to the youth factor in the neighborhood. That being said the population of the neighborhood contains a large number of young urban professionals some of whom stick around and raise kids in the heart of the city.
SEE MATTERPORT 3D TOUR IN MLS LISTING or link available upon request. This beautifully updated three story Lincoln Park townhome is located on a quiet tree lined street i...
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