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Living lakefront in Chicago’s Lincoln Park area allows for life in one of the city’s greatest communities. Residents here can enjoy some the city’s best shopping, dining, and entertainment alongside beautiful views of Lake Michigan. Lincoln Park has long been one of the most popular neighborhoods in Chicago, do not miss your opportunity to partake in this city’s great lakefront living.
The Lincoln Park community is one of the most affluent in Chicago, with a range of townhomes, single-family houses, and luxury condos to choose from. The area is popular amongst young professionals and young families.
Luxury, lakefront condos alongside the appropriately named Lakeview Avenue offer stunning views, spacious interiors, and a wealth of building amenities. Single-family homes in the Chicago lakefront area provide more room to spread out, while still allowing for enjoyment of all the city has to offer.
The area is home to a number of popular, Chicago attractions. The Lincoln Park Zoo is a great place to spend the day enjoying family-friendly fun and animals from around the world. The Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum is another family favorite, with attractions that can be enjoyed by visitors of all ages.
The new Maggie Daley Park, opened in 2014 is also close by. This beautiful park features tennis courts, an ice-skating ribbon, rock climbing walls, and a one-of-a-kind array of playgrounds. Diversity Harbor is also in the lakefront Lincoln Park area, with more than 700 slips there is plenty of space for residents to keep a boat ready for a weekend out on the water.
Sports fans will also enjoy Lakefront Living. For fans of Chicago’s favorite team, Wrigleyville, home of the Wrigley Field baseball stadium and the Chicago Cubs is just north of Lincoln Park. It is easy to feel the passion and excitement for this local team when living so close by, and many great summer afternoons can be enjoyed at a game.
Dining in the area includes some of the city’s most well-known stops Michelin Star restaurants like Alinea and cult classics like the Wiener Circle provide something for every taste when dining in Lincoln Park. Great entertainment can also be enjoyed at one of the area’s many popular music spots, including jazz bars, nightclubs, and live theater.
Residents of Chicago’s lakefront area are served by Chicago Public Schools. Lincoln Park High School serves the 60614 area and has been ranked as one of the best public high schools in the city. The city of Chicago is also home to a number of great colleges and universities, many of which are found close by when living in the area.
A range of international businesses have offices and headquarters close to Chicago’s lakefront, including Google Chicago and McDonald’s corporate offices. The state-of-the-art Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago, ranked as one of the top pediatric specialties in the region, is also close by.
It is easy to access the rest of the city when living in Lincoln Park via public transportation. There are several nearby ‘L’ train stations with access to Brown, Purple, and Red lines, as well as bus service. Public transit, alongside two nearby airports, make it easy to travel around the city, country, and beyond when living in Chicago.