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Lincoln Park Neighborhood Information
Chicago’s Lincoln Park Neighborhood is bound by North Ave, Diversey Pkwy, Lake Michigan and Clybourn Ave. Lincoln Park is a traditional neighborhood with lots of well-known restaurants and shopping. The Lincoln Park Zoo is a free attraction frequented by many tourists and local residents. Living in East Lincoln Park allows easy access to jogging and bike trails through the park as well as beach access.
One of the city’s most historically significant neighborhoods is also one of its most popular among both tourists and residents. Attractions like the Chicago History Museum, Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum and Lincoln Park Conservatory draw crowds year-round, while other hidden treasures, like the spectacular Alfred Caldwell Lily Pool, are around the corner. Magnificent mansions, swank boutiques and renowned restaurants complete the rich tapestry that is Lincoln Park.
Lincoln Park Homes and Condos For Rent
The city’s most sought-after residential neighborhood, Lincoln Park, contains a healthy mixture of high-rises along the Park, mid-rise elevator buildings, brick flats, single family homes, townhouses and duplexes.
Single family homes in Lincoln Park usually start around $4,000-$5,000 for a vintage or partially rehabbed modest-size home. Anything under $4,000/month in Lincoln Park proper would be a steal as a rental opportunity. A more modern Lincoln Park house with more square footage can run anywhere between $5,000-$25,000 per month. For $10,000 or more you can expect an ultimate luxury home in a prime Lincoln Park location. Many of these upper-echelon homes feature 3-4 levels of living space, multiple private outdoor spaces, 5000+ square feet of living space, high-end finishes throughout, chef-style kitchens and spa-style bathrooms. Being located within Lincoln Park you can enjoy the proximity to excellent dining options, nightlife and family activities such as Farmer’s markets, the Lincoln Park Zoo and trick-or-treating at the Clark street shops.
The condo rental market in Lincoln Park is varied, but most clients will be drawn to the luxurious newer construction units or gut-rehabbed units that can be found in small 2-3 story buildings throughout the neighborhood. These units typically feature granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, modern bathrooms, hardwood floors, central heat & AC, outdoor space and one parking space. The price range for a 2 bedroom 2 bathroom condo is between $2,000-$4,000. A 3-bedroom unit with more than one level of living space would range between $3,000-$5,000 and a 4-bedroom condo with multiple levels would cost around $4,000-$6,000 per month.
Lincoln Park townhomes can provide a less expensive alternative to single family homes. You can still enjoy the privacy of your own dwelling, multiple levels of living space, significant square footage, secure parking for 1-2 cars and more than one outdoor space. The price range is between $3,000-$7,500 for most townhome rentals in Lincoln Park.
There are many high-rise condominium buildings along the Park that offer nice rental opportunities. Many of these full amenity buildings feature 24-hour doorman, fitness center, business center, swimming pool, roof deck and heated attached garage parking. Being situated right next to the Park allows for morning walks, jogging, access to bike trails, the Zoo and the Lake. Many condo rentals in these buildings have magnificent views of Lake Michigan, the city skyline or the North Shore.