The Lincoln Park Cultural Center remains a hidden neighborhood gem.
Whether you’re a current resident of the charming Lincoln Park community, or you’re browsing this area for a home, discover all that the Lincoln Park Cultural Center has to offer.
Where the Cultural Center is Located
The Lincoln Park Cultural Center is situated in the heart of Lincoln Park at 2045 N Lincoln Park West, right along Clark Street.
Owned and operated by the Chicago Park District, this facility is open to Lincoln Park residents and visitors alike.
The cultural center is easily accessible by foot or bike. It’s also located near multiple bus routes and metered street parking.
Visitors can stop by year-round Monday through Thursday, between 8 am and 8 pm, Friday 8 am to 6 pm, and Saturday from 9 am to 4 pm.
What Free Activities There are for the Community
The Lincoln Park Cultural Centers boasts a wide variety of cultural and recreational programming throughout the year, highlighted on the center’s online calendar.
If you appreciate talented craftsmanship, check out the lapidary and stained glass shop, the ceramics studio, or the full-service woodshop.
For those with little ones, bring your kiddos to the early childhood center to enjoy fun seasonal programs.
Throughout the year you can watch an assortment of special events held in the auditorium.
If you’re interested in learning or improving your dance skills, sign up for the dance lessons offered in the community center’s dance studio.
After a day at the Lincoln Park Cultural Center, stroll on over to the free Lincoln Park Zoo or North Avenue Beach for some sand and sunshine.
Accessibility from LLCR Locations
The Lincoln Park Cultural Center is located within walking distance of many of our luxury condo properties.
If you’re in the market for a new home, consider one of these conveniently located condos:
2020 N Lincoln Park West #6L: This 2-bedroom condo boasts a prime location, sitting right across the street from the Lincoln Park zoo, waterfront, and the cultural center. The full-service building has it all- including a swimming pool, sauna, whirlpool, exercise room, fitness/yoga studio, basketball court, tennis courts, sun deck, 24-hour doorman, on-site doorman, and private balconies. Additionally, the assessment fee includes heat and air conditioning.
1960 N Lincoln Park West #304: Also minutes from the Lincoln Park Cultural Center, this beautifully renovated two-bedroom, two-bath condominium offers the ideal spot for anyone looking for charm and convenience. The unit includes a spacious kitchen, a wet bar with a built-in wine cooler, and a private patio.
321 W Webster Ave #2: A couple of blocks north of the cultural center, this stunning penthouse duplex offers a breathtaking two-bedroom unit. This condo has been completely renovated and redesigned down to the studs with the finest finishes imaginable. With over 2,000 square feet of interior and 500 square feet of outdoor space, prospective residents can enjoy ample space, along with a private roof deck, outdoor kitchen, outside speakers and tv, and a balcony off the main living level.
Don’t miss out on everything that the Lincoln Park Cultural Center and the Lincoln Park neighborhood have to offer. For more information regarding our current listings, get in touch with an experienced broker today!