Lincoln Square Apartment Living
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Around the Neighborhood
There are hundreds of vintage Lincoln Square apartments, many renovated and more prominent; this ideal Chicago neighborhood is dense with students, young professionals, and families with renters seeking larger apartments with better value. The apartments are typically found in courtyard buildings, divided houses, and 2-flat and 3-flat boutique buildings.
Dining in Lincoln Square
Lincoln Square apartments are located near a healthy variety of restaurants and boutiques along Lincoln Ave just south of Lawrence. The adjacent stretch of Western Ave offers plenty of dining options in Lincoln Square.
Nightlife in Lincoln Square
Lincoln Square apartments are close to the Old Town School of Folk Music, located in Lincoln Square; despite sharing a name with a different Chicago neighborhood, it is a well-known cultural institution that welcomes thousands of students each year. But the school doesn’t only teach music; it’s responsible for the yearly Chicago Folk and Roots Festival and regularly stages concerts in Lincoln Square.
Coffee in Lincoln Square
The large and airy Groundswell Coffee Roasters on Damen Ave is a favorite place for Lincoln Square residents to hang out, read a book or converse over a warm cup of java.
History in Lincoln Square
The Lincoln Square neighborhood on Chicago's northwest side is home to the final building in Louis Sullivan's architectural portfolio. The legendary architect's work can be seen in some grand showcases throughout Chicago and the Midwest. Still, his final completed project is on North Lincoln Avenue near the shopping promenade of Lincoln Square.