Lincoln Park

Lincoln Park

From the shores of North Avenue Beach to the wonder of Lincoln Park Zoo, this neighborhood is the perfect mix of all that Chicago has to offer. Pockets of little neighborhoods make up the charm of Lincoln Park with first-class restaurants, independently owned shops, and a wealth of art and culture.

From new builds along the main thoroughfares to the charming two to three flat buildings and mini-mansions of the residential streets. Proximity to the lake, multiple train and bus lines, and Jean Baptiste DuSable/Lake Shore Drive connect the area to almost every part of the city.

Lincoln Park has had an extremely diverse history, from cabbage patch, to graveyard, to industrial park, and finally to a residential haven. It is a bustling corridor of college students, families, and young professionals- enjoying one of the best neighborhoods in the city!

Here is a guide to get you familiar with your new Lincoln Park home!



  • New City
    This shopping mall is a good mix of boutique and bigger chain staples.
  • Third Coast Stitches
    A shop specializing in cross stitch, embroidery and “sip and stitch” classes.
  • Chicago Costume
    It’s halloween all year round at this store!
  • New Elephant Resale Shop
    Proceeds from purchases go straight to community resources.
  • Top Drawer
    This travel store is more than just luggage. Fun gadgets and gizmos galore.


  • Park West Music Hall
    This venue offers a range of acts in a modern auditorium setting.
  • Lincoln Hall
    Specializing in indie music, this hall serves great food and drinks in addition!
  • AliveOne
    Comedy shows, open mics, local bands, and trivia to be had at this LP haunt.
  • Kingston Mines
    Just across the street from B.L.U.E.S., this lively blues bar has two stages!
  • Lilly’s
    A maze of a venue with live local bands and a very famous Long Island Iced Tea.

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