Located immediately to the north of Lincoln Park, Lakeview offers one of the most diverse communities in the city. Rubbing up to the shore of Lake Michigan, this North Side neighborhood has something for everyone.
Lakeview's housing stock runs the gamut in style and price making it a practical and popular choice of neighborhoods for many Chicagoans. Condominium residences are available in vintage walk-ups, new-construction three-flats, loft buildings, converted courtyard buildings, four-plus-ones, and high-rises from just about every era dating back to the 1920s. Lakeview also features a variety of single-family home styles, from stately mansions near Lincoln Park and the lakefront to contemporary new construction.
A beautiful neighborhood of verdant parks, quiet residential streets and bustling retail districts, Lakeview beckons Chicagoans with attractions such as the lakefront, scores of restaurants and bars, eclectic shopping districts such as the Southport Corridor, and the friendly confines of Wrigley Field, home of the Chicago Cubs. It also has one of the country's largest gay populations. Like Lincoln Park, Lakeview boasts a number of the city's top schools and a wealth of cultural attractions including a thriving theater scene