Boutique shopping and high-end retailers, fine dining, coffee shops, scenic parks and dynamic night life help establish Chicago’s affluent Lincoln Park neighborhood as one of the country’s most desirable areas.
Many educated, high-income young people — both singles and couples — call Lincoln Park home. Families with children tend to settle in the less-dense areas farther from Lake Michigan.
Upscale real estate
Lincoln Park Chicago real estate is priced at a premium, with a typical single-family house selling for approximately $1 million and some homes selling in excess of $10 million. Forbes magazine in 2007 described a block in the Lincoln Park neighborhood — between Armitage Avenue and Orchard, Burling and Willow streets — as Chicago’s priciest. Rental apartments and homes range from a little under $1,000 a month for a studio or one-bedroom to more than $4,000. A Lincoln Park Chicago realtor can help with finding the right location and space.
Many attractive amenities
Homes for sale in Lincoln Park Chicago have access to numerous appealing amenities, including a lovely park of the same name as the neighborhood, Lincoln Park. The scenic public park, Chicago’s largest, occupies more than 1,200 acres along Lake Michigan. It includes a zoo, beaches, several museums, a golf course, archery range and numerous recreational and natural areas.
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