Lincoln Park neighborhood (60614 zip code) stretches along the Lake Michigan from North Ave. on the South towards to Diversey Ave. on the North, and its West border is defined by the Chicago River.
It includes the following areas:
DePaul | Old Town Triangle | Park West | Lincoln Park | Ranch Triangle | Sheffield Neighbors | Wrightwood Neighbors
Its 20 million yearly visitors positions Lincoln Park in the second spot among the most visited city parks in the US, right behind the first spot occupying Central Park.
The neighborhood got its current name on June 12, 1865, to honor the recently assassinated US President Abraham Lincoln,
The 1,208-acre Lincoln Park neighborhood host several establishments including the Lincoln Park Zoo, Lincoln Park Conservatory, the Chicago History Museum, an outdoor theatre, the North Pond Nature Sanctuary, the Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum, the Alfred Caldwell Lily Pool, a statue of General Ulysses S. Grant, and also a famous statue of Abraham Lincoln.
There are multitude of recreational facilities within the Lincoln Park boundaries, such as: basketball courts, baseball/softball fields, beach volleyball courts, football/soccer fields, cricket pitches, lacrosse fields, a golf course, field houses, rugby pitches, a target archery field, tennis courts, a skate park, a driving range, volleyball courts, and field houses.
You can also enjoy beautiful public beaches, and park your boat in one of several harbor facilities.
How about the “LSD”, does it ring a bell, the famous Lake Shore Drive that has its own song? This part of the Chicago history is also a part of Lincoln Park.
Let’s not forget the breathtaking variety of masonry architecture in Lincoln Park. You’ll find chateau-inspired mansions, and a lot of very efficient, profit-making architectural designs along the attractive, tree-covered side streets of this beautiful Chicago neighborhood. Lincoln Park is also considered one of the most expensive communities to live in Chicago, with an average single-family home price in the 1mln neighborhood, and many over 10mln.
Our office is just minutes away from Lincoln Park, if you’d like to talk to us and schedule masonry evaluation and / or tuckpointing service of your Lincoln Park property. Check the map below and give us a call if you need some more information.
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