Lincoln Park in Chicago is located just north of Old Town, running along the lakefront and just south of Lakeview. Lincoln Park lays claim to Chicago’s priciest zip code. Reasons that make Lincoln Park in Chicago such coveted real estate include convenience to downtown, accessibility to the lakefront and the many cultural & culinary options. The area is named after the 1,200 acre park of the same name. Lincoln Park boasts walking & biking paths, a lagoon, the Lincoln Park Zoo, the Lincoln Park Conservatory and North Avenue Beach, providing endless recreational options for all ages. Lincoln Park provides easy access to public transportation including both Red and Brown lines and multiple bus routes to downtown. Lincoln Park’s nightlife consists of a vast array of award winning dining options from old standards like R.J. Grunts to new ones like Boka. The nightlife scene is a buzz with pubs, sports bars and upscale taverns, second to none. It also has national retailers, boutiques, bookstores and coffee shops for all tastes. DePaul University’s main campus is located here and has undergone major expansion over the last 10 years blending in seamlessly with the neighborhood. It’s a great place to explore and a great place to call home.