Lincoln Park

Lincoln Park Zoo Farm


DePaul, Ranch Triangle, Sheffield, and Wrightwood Neighborhoods

Lincoln Park is a collection of several epi-centers including Old Town, DePaul, Ranch Triangle, Sheffield Neighbors, Wrightwood Neighbors.  The cornerstone and namesake are the Park. The city preserved the land and called it Lake Park, then redesignated Lincoln Park in 1865 after the death of President Abraham Lincoln. The park is now 1,208 acres of recreational space along the lakefront.

Housing options range from Victorian row houses, vintage co-op and condominium buildings, brick and greystone 2 flats, high rise buildings, and luxury single-family homes by the city’s premier architects. 

Average travel times are less than 15 minutes to the loop and less than 30 minutes

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Lincoln Park

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Local Chicago Public Schools in Lincoln Park with attendance boundaries for the neighborhood:

Elementary Schools

Alcott Elementary – East Campus
2625 N. Orchard
Chicago, IL 60614

2851 N. Seminary
Chicago, IL 60657

615 W. Kemper
Chicago, IL 60614

2250 N. Clifton
Chicago, IL 60614

1420 N. Hudson
Chicago, IL 60610

1632 W. Wrightwood
Chicago, IL 60614