Among the 77 designated communities that constitute Chicago, Lincoln Park is one with friendly neighborhoods and a diverse cultural scene. Houses for sale in Lincoln Park will be found between Diversey Parkway on the north, Lake Michigan to the east, North Avenue on the south, and the Chicago River to the west. Among the neighborhoods in Lincoln Park are Old Town Triangle, Park West, Sheffield, Mid-North, and Lincoln Central.
Lincoln Park is also home to a retail district known as Clybourn Corridor. This popular shopping district stretches into the Near North Side of Chicago. The many major retailers in Clybourn Corridor include Forever 21, Apple Inc., Eddie Bauer, Dick’s Sporting Goods, and Crate & Barrel. Commuters enjoy the Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) red line with a bus turnaround at a pedestrian plaza that has pleasant water features and Parisian park chairs.
The Chicago neighborhood was named for Lincoln Park, a 1,208-acre stretch of green space along Lake Michigan that was named after President Abraham Lincoln. The eponymous public park is Chicago’s largest. Other attractions in the area include the Chicago History Museum, Lincoln Park Conservatory, a rowing canal, an outdoor theatre, the Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum, and free-admission Lincoln Park Zoo. There are also many statues, including renowned statue Abraham Lincoln: The Man made in 1887 by Augustus Saint-Gaudens. Music lovers appreciate the many music venues in Lincoln Park, which include B.L.U.E.S. and Lincoln Hall.
For any number of reasons, Lincoln Park homes for sale are popular among homebuyers. Public transportation provided by the CTA, for instance, is excellent, with Lincoln Park being connected to areas beyond its borders by mass transit options. Lincoln Park real estate for sale often includes trademark brick row houses situated near tranquil parks. Many tree-lined residential areas are neighbors to vibrant business corridors.
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