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Lincoln Park - Town vs. County Stats

Avg Price in Lincoln Park: $1,300,600 / County Avg $516,200

126%

Avg Taxes in Lincoln Park: $19,300 / County Avg $8,100

118%

Avg Sq. Ft. in Lincoln Park: 2,929 / County Avg 2,117

69%

Avg Price per/ft2 in Lincoln Park: $444 / County Avg $244

182%

Avg Walkscore in Lincoln Park: 92 / County Avg 67

69%

Avg Year Built in Lincoln Park: 1968 / County Avg 1962

50%

Avg Days on Website in Lincoln Park: 75 / County Avg 79

47%

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Lincoln Park is a vibrant, idyllic urban escape flanking the shores of Lake Michigan just north of the hustle and bustle of downtown and the Gold Coast. This pleasant neighborhood is replete with low-rise tree­-lined residential streets, lined with picture-perfect greystones and walk­-ups.

Enjoy boutique shopping on Armitage Avenue, grab lunch at a quaint cafe on Clark Street, catch the game at your favorite neighborhood sports bars, or hang out all night at a club on Lincoln Avenue before retiring to your quiet street to call it a day. Lincoln Park is nestled alongside its namesake, the city's largest park, which is packed with over 1,200 acres of gardens, beaches, walking and bicycle trails, and a variety of athletic facilities.

Public transportation is easy: Red and Brown Line trains run north-south through Lincoln Park. There are also many buses, which traverse the neighborhood, including the Clark 22, Broadway 36, Diversey, Fullerton, North, Halsted buses

Perfect for those who want easy access to the loop via mass transit, a more residential feel than the Loop, a better price point than River North or Old Town, and a more casual vibe than the Gold Coast.

Highly rated public and private schools, including Lincoln Elementary and Francis W Parker


Neighborhood highlights:




  • Walker's Paradise


  • Walking and bicycle trails


  • Easy Public Transit


  • CTA Red and Brown Line Trains


  • Short commute downtown


  • Easy access to Lake Shore Drive


  • Beaches and Lake Michigan access


  • City Parks


  • Highly rated schools


  • DePaul University


  • Low-rise, tree-lined streets


  • Local businesses


  • Neighborhood restaurants


  • Greystones


  • Vintage Courtyards and Walk-ups


  • Mid-rises