Lincoln Park Apartment Living
Heart of the Neighborhood
What We Love Most
Best Way to Get Around
Around the Neighborhood
Apartment renters who are searching for a place of any size -- whether it’s a studio apartment, 1-bedroom, 2-bedroom or 3-bedroom apartment and up -- can find apartments in Lincoln Park that bundle the best experiences of renting in Chicago. The neighborhood is simply brimming with apartments for rent. And it makes sense, given that this neighborhood boasts a full-time population of around 69,000 residents according to U.S. Census data.
Dining in Lincoln Park
Lincoln Park apartments tend to have high walkability scores because you can get to pizza restaurants, brunch spots, bakeries and tapas joints in no time. There always seems to be some new place to try and chances are you’ll discover a neighborhood mainstay that you rely on when cooking just seems like a hassle.
Nightlife in Lincoln Park
There’s no shortage of public houses and watering holes in Lincoln Park, and apartment renters in this Chicago neighborhood will easily find a place to go out and socialize. There are cheaper dive bars that signal allegiance to one of the Big Ten schools and are popular for big games, but there are also upscale places to have more “adult” conversations over high concept cocktails.
Coffee in Lincoln Park
Lincoln Park Chicago residents have no trouble getting a buzz from caffeine purveyors. Locals enjoy the eclectic ambiance and old world charm of Bourgeois Pig Cafe on Fullerton Avenue.
History in Lincoln Park
Lincoln Park is a Chicago neighborhood easily recognized for its placid, tree-lined streets, abundance of apartments for rent and quiet pace of life. But the history in this neighborhood is anything but tranquil, some pretty major events went down here in fact. For starters, the park named after the 16th U.S. President Abraham Lincoln also contains a famous statue of ol' Abe (one of five Lincoln statues around the city).