Lincoln Park

Lincoln Park, named after Chicago’s largest public park, is located along the lake between the Near North Side and Lake View. It is a vibrant community area with a variety of neighborhoods, each offering singular charm. 


  • Old Town Triangle:  Old Town is known for its historic architecture and artistic vibe. This neighborhood boasts tree-lined streets, cozy cafes, a thriving arts scene, and plenty of nightlife options after dark. It's a favorite among those who appreciate a blend of culture and history.


  • Ranch Triangle:  Ranch Triangle is a peaceful residential enclave with well-maintained parks and a strong sense of community. This neighborhood is ideal for families and individuals seeking a tranquil urban oasis.


  • DePaul:  Home to DePaul University, this neighborhood has a youthful energy and a lively atmosphere. You'll find a mix of student-friendly eateries, cultural venues, and easy access to public transportation.


  • Mid-North District:  The Mid-North District is a residential area with elegant homes and a quiet ambiance. It's an excellent choice for those who desire a more serene urban lifestyle.


  • Sheffield Neighbors:  Sheffield Neighbors is a family-friendly neighborhood known for its proximity to Lincoln Park's green spaces and amenities. It offers a great balance between urban living and access to outdoor recreation.


  • Clybourn Corridor:  The Clybourn Corridor serves as the residential Northside's main shopping district and is a bustling neighborhood renowned for cultural attractions such as the Steppenwolf Theatre Company, plentiful dining and entertainment options, a range of modern residential living choices, and excellent accessibility via public transportation and the Kennedy Expressway.


Lincoln Park, as a whole, is celebrated for its proximity to the expansive Lincoln Park itself, which offers recreational opportunities, a free zoo, and beautiful lakefront views. The area also features a wide array of dining options, boutique shopping, and cultural attractions, making it a desirable place to call home for individuals and families alike. Whether you're drawn to historical charm, a vibrant student community, or a quiet residential enclave, Lincoln Park's neighborhoods provide a variety of options to suit various preferences and lifestyles.


Places of interest: Lincoln Park Zoo, Peggy Notebaert Nature Musem, Judy Istock Butterfly Haven, Alfred Caldwell Lily Pond, Alinea, Lincoln Park Conservatory, Chicago History Museum, Boka Restaurant, Second City, Utopian Tailgate, Park West, Wrightwood 659, Kingston Mines, B.L.U.E.S., North Avenue Beach, Pequod's Pizza, DePaul Art Museum, Steppenwolf Theatre Company, Oz Park, Geja's Cafe, Sweet Mandy B's Bakery, Royal George Theater, Cafe Ba-Ba-Reeba, Victory Gardens Theater, Sapori Trattoria, Lincoln Hall, Green City Market, Saint Clement Church, North Pond, J. Parker, Willow Room, Galit, Bar Esmé, Summer House Santa Monica, All She Wrote, Tandoor Char House, iO Theater, Mon Ami Gabi, Cocina Tarascas, Blue Door Farm Stand, Bourgeois Pig Cafe, Facets, Armitage Ale House.



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