1939 North Lincoln was built in the 1920s.
1939 North Lincoln has a mix of studio, 1- and 2-bedroom floor plans.
Floor plans are available online.
Living areas in the units have wood-look floors, crown moldings and ceiling fans.
Apartments have individual heating and air-conditioning units. Kitchens include dishwashers and built-in microwaves.
The apartments have reasonably good closet space, and most have walk-ins.
Internet and DirecTV are included in the rent.
Views. Higher-floor south-facing apartments have views of the Chicago skyline and the Old Town Triangle neighborhood.
Amenities, services, policies
1939 North Lincoln, typical of vintage buildings in the neighborhood, has limited amenities.
There’s a laundry room in the building. 1939 North Lincoln does not have on-site parking, and parking is scarce and expensive in the immediate area.
The property is managed by BJB Properties, which has available 24-hour maintenance.
1939 North Lincoln is a cats-only building.
1939 North Lincoln is a block from the 1,200-acre Lincoln Park, one of the greatest public spaces in America. The immediate area is home to an impressive array of bars and restaurants.
It’s almost impossible to overestimate the attractiveness of living around the corner from Lincoln Park.
The building’s location affords it quick access to many of the most popular attractions in the park, including the delightful free Zoo.
Shopping. 1939 North Lincoln has decent proximity to grocery shopping.
The nearest full-service grocery store, about an 8-minute walk south of the building, is Treasure Island, which bills itself as “America’s most European supermarket.”
From early May to late October, more than 50 farmers draw Wednesday and Saturday morning crowds to the Green City Market in the park, a block from 1939 North Lincoln.
A CVS pharmacy is on the north end of the block at Armitage Ave.
There’s a smattering of boutiques and other retailing along Wells St, but retail access isn’t one of the property’s strong suits. Oak Street‘s glamorous boutiques and Michigan Ave’s Magnificent Mile shops are over a mile south of the property. The big-box stores of the Clybourn Corridor are a mile-and-a-half southwest.
Dining, nightlife, entertainment.
You’re not going to find the city’s hottest restaurants and bars near 1939 North Lincoln, but you will find far more than enough long-time favorites to keep dining and drinking close to home.
The immediate neighborhood hosts a number of street fairs and festivals in the summer, including the spectacular Old Town Art Fair, now in its 65th year.
Lincoln Park has too many attractions to list.
The park has virtually every recreational opportunity you can imagine, from North Avenue Beach to a tranquil nature boardwalk, all easily accessible to 1939 North Lincoln residents. Castaways Bar & Grill at North Avenue Beach is eight-tenths of a mile and a 16-minute walk from 1939 North Lincoln.
Oz Park, which has tennis courts, a basketball court, ball fields and a gym, is two blocks northwest of the building.
A 3-level Equinox fitness facility is a short walk from 1939 North Lincoln.
Transportation. 1939 North Lincoln’s access to public transportation is good, but not great.
Several CTA bus routes stop around the corner on Clark St and several more are a short distance away in the park.
The nearest CTA train stop is the Brown and Purple Line station at Sedgwick, an 11-minute walk from 1939 North Lincoln.
Taxi service is nearly always instantaneously available. A Zipcar car-sharing location is nearby.
Access to I-90/94 and the city’s expressway grid is inconvenient, and can be very time-consuming during peak hours.
Rentals are typically available in a number of smaller nearby buildings just off the park and in condo buildings in the area.
You’ll find additional options at YoChicago’s Lincoln Park apartment guide.
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