Lincoln Park Condos For Sale
Included below are condos for sale in Lincoln Park. If you would like more information on any of these Lincoln Park real estate listings, just click the "Request More Information" button when viewing the details of that property. We can provide you with disclosures, past sales history, dates and prices of homes recently sold nearby, and more.
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Lincoln Park Real Estate Market
Lincoln Park remains one of the most popular places to look for a home or condo in all of Chicago. The actual Lincoln Park encompasses a whopping 1,208 acres, providing nearby home owners and locals with a wealth of outdoor recreation that certainly helps elevate appeal and desirability. But in addition to all the outdoor recreation you’ll find here, Lincoln Park also features all the shopping, dining, and entertainment you can imagine. A number of major thoroughfares running through the neighborhood are lined with independent boutique shops, grocery stores and specialty markets, high-end retails, salons, and of course countless restaurants, bars, and cafe. Clark Street, Halsted Street, Broadway Avenue Armitage Avenue, and Fullerton Parkway are just a few that come to mind. The Lincoln Park housing landscape is also diverse and home buyers will have options ranging from vintage courtyard building condos to some of Chicago’s most expensive single-family homes. In fact, those looking for a high-end, detached home or estate, East Lincoln Park is a great place to begin your search. Closer towards the lakefront is also where you’ll find a fairly extensive collection of high-rise condo buildings, and many not only include beautiful living spaces but also memorizing views of the lakefront and Chicago skyline.
Lifestyle Amenities and Attractions in Lincoln Park
Lincoln Park is of course the most recognized attraction in the neighborhood. It’s here you’ll find the Lincoln Park Zoo, the Lincoln Park Conservatory, the Chicago History Museum, and also the Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum—one of our favorite spots in all of Chicago. DePaul University is also located in Lincoln Park, as is North Avenue Beach.
Lincoln Park Transit
Chicago’s Lincoln Park neighborhood isn’t short on public transportation. The CTA Red, Brown, and Purple Lines all service the neighborhood and major bus lines in Lincoln Park include the #22 (Clark), #36 (Broadway), #151 (Sheridan), and #156 (LaSalle). Train stations in Lincoln Park include the Fullerton Red/Brown/Purple Line station, located at 943 W. Fullerton; and also the Armitage Brown/Purple Line station, located at 944 W. Armitage.
Lincoln Park Condo Building Directory
Searching Lincoln Park condos for sale? Featured below are all Lincoln Park condo buildings, providing buyers with an efficient way to break down a search and only view what's available inside many of the neighborhood's most sought after locations.