Chicago’s Lincoln Park neighborhood is a mix of urban, bustling thoroughfares and quiet, sequestered tree-lined streets. It is the perfect blend of family-friendly living, world-class education, and fantastic dining, shopping, and art/entertainment. Whether you’re in the market for independent local boutiques or high-end retailers, Lincoln Park has you covered. Residents also enjoy a cultural variety of live music, award-winning theater, and innovative (not to mention delicious!) dining experiences. The area has convenient access to Lake Shore Drive, offers lots of public transportation, and is only minutes from downtown.
The neighborhood has 1,208 acres of green space including the area’s namesake, Lincoln Park, stretching along the lakefront. Other local features are the Lincoln Park Conservatory, the Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum, the Lincoln Park Zoo, the lakefront trail, Diversey Harbor, the south lagoon, and multiple beaches (most notably North Avenue Beach).
Real estate in Lincoln Park offers a little something for everyone, such as Georgian single-family homes, historic row houses, a variety of condos, registered historic districts, and student housing. Whether you’re a busy student, an urban professional, or a large family, Lincoln Park provides fantastic amenities and a prime location.
See what’s on the market in Chicago’s Lincoln Park neighborhood. Our property search is refreshed regularly, pulling data directly from the MLS.
See a quick market analysis of Lincoln Park and compare to surrounding Chicago neighborhoods.