Chicago - Lincoln Park
North of Chicago’s Loop and Gold Coast neighborhoods, you find Lincoln Park. Lincoln Park’s boundaries stretch from Diversey Parkway on the north to Clybourn Avenue on the west to North Avenue on the south, and Lake Michigan on the east.
Along Lincoln Avenue at Fullerton Avenue, the Lincoln Park community of DePaul takes its name from The University. DePaul offers stately single-family and multi-unit housing, including original Chicago row homes with Victorian façades. Not just a home to students, some of Chicago’s most luxurious properties are located in the DePaul neighborhood.
Lincoln Park offers an assortment of fine restaurants, night spots, boutiques and theaters. It is a refuge for joggers, tennis players, golfers, cyclists, and softball players, as well as home to Lincoln Park Zoo, The Chicago History Museum, The Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum, the Lincoln Park Conservatory, the Alfred Caldwell Lily Pool and the park’s nature preserves, crewing lagoon, and marinas.