|Condos||Condo Buildings||Houses||2 to 4 Flats|
|Schools & Neighborhoods||For Sellers|
The Lincoln Park area is one of the most affluent neighborhoods in Chicago. It’s home to the Lincoln Park Zoo, Lincoln Park and DePaul University. It also provides quick access to Chicago’s lakefront and downtown Chicago. Lincoln Park’s boundaries are North Avenue on the south, the north branch of the Chicago River on the west, Diversey on the north and Lake Michigan on the east. [continued]
CONDOS, CO-OPS & TOWNHOMES
|$5M or More||6 or More|
|$4M - $5M||5|
|$3M - $4M||4|
|$2.5M - $3M||3 or Less|
|$2M - $2.5M|
|$1.5M - $2M||Square Feet|
|$1M - $1.5M||8000 or More|
|$1M or Less||6000 - 8000|
|4000 - 6000|
|4000 or Less|
LINCOLN PARK HOMES BY SCHOOL & NEIGHBORHOOD
|Alcott Elementary||Clybourn Corridor|
|Lincoln Elementary||Lincoln Central|
|Oscar Mayer Elementary||Mid-North|
|Prescott Elementary||Old Town Triangle|
|Lincoln Park High School||Park West|
All of Lincoln Park is served by Lincoln Park High School one of the top ranked high schools in Illinois. Multiple Lincoln Park elementary schools rate above average or higher on GreatSchools.org.
- Lincoln Central Association
- Mid-North Association
- Old Town Triangle Association
- Park West Community Assocation
- Ranch Triangle Community Conservation Association
- Sheffield Neighborhood Assocation
- Wrightwood Neighborhood Association
Politically Chicago is organized into 50 wards each represented by it’s alderman in the city council. Most of Lincoln Park is in the 43rd Ward. The Clybourn Corridor, several blocks to the north and some to the east are in the 2nd Ward. The northwest portion of Lincoln Park is in the 32nd Ward.
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There are shops for everyday needs. Lincoln Park has a Whole Foods, Trader Joe’s and Jewel-Osco grocery store. There’s a Target, a Home Depot, 3 CVSs and 4 Walgreens.
There are numerous transporation options, especially if you need to get downtown for work. Lincoln Park is served by multiple bus lines. These include the 72 North Ave, 73 Armitage, 74 Fullerton and 76 Diversey which run east and west. The 22 Clark, 8 Halsted, 151 Sheridan and 156 LaSalle go north and south. It has 4 CTA Red Line Stops, 3 Purple Line Stops and 3 Brown Line stops. There are also car sharing and hourly car rentals. [continued]
HIGH RISE CONDOS & CO-OPS
LINCOLN PARK REAL ESTATE
Lincoln Park homes include mansions, houses, condos, brownstones, graystones, townhouses and co-op apartments. There are vintage (pre-war), mid-century, post-modern and new buildings. Several blocks consist of 2 flats, 3 flats and other small condo buildings. Many of the newer small condo buildings have one or two duplex (2-level) units for those who need more space.
Lincoln Park provides a much more residential feel than the downtown area just to the south. It also provides greener views with more lawns and trees.
*These are co-op apartment buildings. See Chicago co-op apartments vs. condos for the differences.