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Lincoln Park Chicago Real Estate

With lakefront activities, one of the nation’s only free zoos, DePaul University, and a 1200 acre park. Chicago’s Lincoln Park neighborhood offers an enormous amount to the residents of this desirable area. Lincoln Park is in the 60614 ZIP code. Keep reading for community amenities and activities, and check our Chicago MLS listings, featuring homes for sale near Lincoln Park.

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General Home and Housing Types Found In Chicago’s Lincoln Park


Rows of vintage stone homes, with a mix of three and four flats, courtyard condos, and high rise buildings are all available in Lincoln Park. The neighborhood is known for the tree-lined streets and wrought iron gates of Chicago’s vintage graystone construction. Single family homes can range from a low of $579,000 to an upper range above $18 million. Currenly available condos range from $129,000 to $13 million.


Lincoln Park Neighborhood History

The Lincoln Park neighborhood, named for President Lincoln, was settled by German immigrants who turned the existing swampy ground into farmland. Farm-centered industry followed, and then came the Fire. In the wake of the fire, the area was rebuilt as a residential area. Half of the residences in the current neighborhood date to this period. Suburban flight in the 1950s led to the neighborhood becoming a prime address for a younger, urban crowd.

The Lincoln Park of today is one of the most consistently sought-after neighborhoods. Trendy, hip, and exciting, Lincoln Park is the place to be.

Events, Activities, Lifestyle, and Dining Options In Lincoln Park

Dining in Lincoln Park is a global experience. Hema’s On Clark is a great place for Indian food (matar paneer for the win!). One of the most buzzed about Italian restaurants in the city is Sapori Trattoria, with some excellent, and authentic, offerings. It isn’t all international cuisine, Pequod’s Pizza offers caramelized crusts and has a well-deserved cult following.

After dinner, Lincoln Park doesn’t stop being trendy and unique. Authentically Irish bar The Hidden Shamrock is known for not only an impressive selection of Irish and British beers, but their authentic Irish Breakfast (both black and white puddings). Lincoln Park also offers Ravens, a local favorite; the Four Farthings, a Michigan Booster bar (booster bar – where displaced college football fans gather to support a specific team) with a long history of serving food, and Delilah’s, specializing in punk music and a huge selections of whiskey.

Lincoln Park Neighborhood Culture, Shopping, and Lifestyle

Shopping is a big deal here, with spots like McShane’s Exchange, an upscale consignment shop. Lincoln Park is also home to Art Effect, a boutique jewelry and lifestyle shop with everything from chunky cocktail rings to artisanal candles. It isn’t all unique boutiques – there is a Crate & Barrel on North Ave, offering relief for those overwhelmed with the small-shop experience!

No entry on Lincoln Park can be complete without mentioning the zoo. Lincoln Park Zoo was opened in 1868, and is one of the few remaining free zoos in the US. One of the attractions at the zoo is a burr oak dated to 1830 – three years older than Chicago itself. Next to the zoo is the Lincoln Park Conservatory, and just north of there is the Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum, making Lincoln Park a great spot for nature education and relaxation.

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