Lincoln Park is home to tree-lined streets, vintage brownstones, and high-end retail. It’s also full of peaceful parks and bustling corridors. A hotspot for farmer’s markets, museums, top theaters, trendy restaurants, upscale bars and beautiful people, it’s got more than 1,200 acres of green space and an active lakefront trail to enjoy.
#22 Clark, #36 Broadway, $151 Sheridan or $156 LaSalle
Home to 1,200 animals, from apes to zebras—and it’s free!
One of Chicago’s best rock venues
The juggernaut home to maybe the world’s most famous ensemble
Chicago’s largest farmer’s market
The quintessential summertime hangout
Independent boutiques and high-end retailers
Buzzes all night with bars and taverns filled with people
One of the most “Chicago” spots in Chicago with signature pan pizza
Where hipsters, metalheads and everyday people drink in harmony
Do as the locals do…
Brunch at Summer House Santa Monica
Spend the day at the zoo, North Avenue Beach or shop the boutiques on Armitage
Grab some tapas at Café Ba-Ba-Reeba! or a slice at Pequod’s
Have a cocktail at the J. Parker on the rooftop bar of Hotel Lincoln
Catch some live music at the Hideout or Lincoln Hall
& AGENTS LOVE.
This building is in a very nice part of Lincoln Park and I love the vintage architecture and the fact that Local Laramar is so pet friendly. We had a few issues at move in but everything was taken care of right away. That's all you can really hope for in a management company. We are happy residents and plan to live here for years to come.- Tammy W.