Lincoln Park Apartments

Lincoln Park stretches from Diversey Avenue to North Avenue and Clybourn Avenue to the neighborhood’s namesake, Lincoln Park. Being next to Chicago’s largest public park gives this very desirable location a picturesque front yard that rivals any other city in the world. The neighbor contains world-class restaurants from every continent, unparalleled entertainment venues, and magnificent shopping. Head down Clybourn for your name brand shopping and can’t miss bars including the fabled Goose Island Brewery or walk the streets of Armitage for eclectic boutiques unlike anywhere else.

Immerse yourself in the culture of one of Chicago’s oldest communities by visiting its many museums, theaters, and historic architecture. Not to mention the state’s only FREE zoo in the middle of miles of running paths and greenery. Get to know your neighbors by playing in a local sports league. Whether it’s baseball on one of the top-notch athletic fields or beach volleyball along the miles of public beaches you are sure to find a game. If museums are more your speed you cannot miss the Chicago History Museum or The Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum. Nightlife is, of course, key and Lincoln Park is no exception. Once the sun goes down young professionals from all over the city head to the bars, dance clubs, and live music venues located all over the neighborhood.

Central to Lincoln Park’s community is the DePaul University campus. Not only does DePaul make this neighborhood a dream for students and professors alike, it also adds even more green space and innovative architecture. The campus also brings an increased amount of public transportation with more CTA bus and Red and Brown line stops then its neighbors. Around the campus you will find stately manors, new construction town homes and luxury high-rise apartment buildings. It is no wonder that this neighborhood is in such high demand.

For more information on Lincoln Park and its offerings please visit the Lincoln Park Chamber of Commerce at

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