Lincoln Park

The charming streets of Lincoln Park are a shopper’s dream come true.

Welcome to Lincoln Park

Stunning lakefront community draped in charming, historic vibes
Settled along the North Side of Chicago on the banks of Lake Michigan, Lincoln Park is one of the most affluent and expensive communities to call home, attracting many families and young professionals seeking the convenience of urban living with lots of activities. Its namesake park stretches along the dazzling lakefront, speckled with magnificent statues, museums, the Lincoln Park Zoo, and an outdoor theatre.
Following the aftermath of the Great Depression, the Lincoln Park Conservation Association was formed to give the town a facelift by renovating dilapidated old buildings and schools. Some of these include loft condos converted from warehouses and revitalized townhomes resplendent in all their vintage glory. Ancient architectural landmarks embody the neighborhood’s rich historical background, while Lincoln Park is also home to high-end national retailers, prestigious restaurants, and sassy boutiques all within walking distance of homes.
In a stunning display of luxury and elegance, homes in Lincoln Park run the gamut from modern condos to brownstones and single-family homes with french-style architecture, victorian era splendor, and Georgian-revival styles, designed by renowned architects including Frank Lloyd Wright and Edwin H. Clark among others.

What to Love

  • Green spaces with lakefront trails and scenic gardens
  • Highly rated neighborhood schools
  • World-class sports and recreational facilities
  • Glitzy nightlife scene
  • Acclaimed restaurants, glamorous shopping

Local Lifestyle

Think affluent, fashionable, and family-friendly with a charming bit of history—if that makes you salivate, Lincoln Park is the place for you. Here, your neighbors are primarily recent college grads, young professionals, and families just starting out. With a dense urban feel, artsy culture, and a buzzy nightlife scene, young people will certainly find their element here. The iconic urban park in your backyard with a funky mix of restaurants and low-key dives, mainstream concert venues, and interesting attractions to visit makes Lincoln Park appealing to all ages!

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

The charming streets of Lincoln Park are a shopper’s dream come true. Flecked with attractive shops selling everything from luxury apparel to designer jewelry, art items, and boho-chic boutiques! Make your room come alive with aesthetic home décor from Art Effects, and hop into Laudi Vidni for custom leather bags handcrafted just for you! Stop in for a burrito bowl and build your own tacos at Chipotle Mexican Grill and be sure to grab a latte from Starbucks at the Pipers Alley Mall.
Mon Ami Gabi offers customers traditional French cuisine in an elegant setting. Try out their crispy duck confit or go for onion soup au gratin with steak bordelaise and scallops paired with wine from a rolling cart. Craving modern American fare prepared from fresh, locally sourced ingredients? Look no further than North Pond, where you are treated to plates of foie gras apricot and squid fennel, savory poached shrimp, and hearty bread loaves spread with salted butter. For cheese and chocolate fondue with red or white sangria, no eatery serves it right like Geja’s Café. Dig into Spanish tapas, seafood paella, and fried shishito peppers at the popular Café Ba-Ba-Reeba!

Things to Do

With an iconic namesake park, which is also the largest in Chicago, a spectacular zoo you can visit for free, and one of the state’s best museums, Lincoln Park is truly a place to be! Head out on a weekend with your kids to Lincoln Park Zoo, home to over 1000 animals on 35-acres of space. 
Theatre enthusiasts will take delight in year-round plays performed in the neighborhood favorite, Theatre on the Lake—a renovated 1920’s era building offering breathtaking views of Lake Michigan. It’s also a popular venue for private parties with gorgeous décor and valet parking. Step on the stone walk encircling the scenic Alfred Caldwell Lily Pool at Lincoln Park Conservancy—a great destination for quiet meditative walks through nature, with gorgeous tree canopies and birds chirping overhead. Every year, on the shores of Lake Michigan, Chicago’s second most popular festival comes alive with over two million attendees—the Chicago Air & Water Show showcasing daredevil formation jet flyers, parachute teams, pilots, and boat jumping demonstrations which can be viewed anywhere along the Chicago lakefront!


Lincoln Park is served by the Chicago Public Schools, home to a number of excellent schools. Some of the neighborhood’s prestigious academic institutions include:
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