Located on Chicago’s Near Northwest side, Lincoln Park is one of the city’s most well-known neighborhoods.
Close to the Loop, close to the Lake, Lincoln Park has been a desirable address for many years. It is a fully developed community replete with theaters, restaurants, boutiques, upscale national retailers and a vibrant nightlife. You can easily find everything you need without ever leaving the neighborhood!
Despite its destination dining and world-class culture, however, Lincoln Park pulses with a young energy thanks to the students of DePaul University and the many young professionals who call this neighborhood home.
In the summer, residents gather in the leafy streets for concerts and street festivals, and joggers, cyclists and beach-goers congregate along the lake.
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Published: February 1, 2017
Bordering Neighborhoods: Lakeview, Old Town, Gold Coast, Bucktown, Wicker Park
Boundaries: Diversey Avenue to the north, the Chicago River to the west, North Avenue to the south and Lake Michigan to the east
Category: Chicago, Neighborhoods
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