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Welcome to LINCOLN PARK TOWER
The Lincoln Park Towers have enjoyed a long and illustrious history. In 1968, just one year after the building's completion, it was given the "Distinguished Building Award" by both the American Institute of Architects (Chicago chapter) and the Chicago Association of Commerce and Industry. It was long regarded as a hot spot for visiting celebrities and once housed a favorite city restaurant - The Four Torches (the reason some Chicagoans still call this the "four torches building").
Today, this condominium lavishes residents with the amenities and accessibility that make Lincoln Park one of the city's most loved residential areas. The building is directly across the street from Lincoln Park itself, providing easy access to the beach and Lincoln Park Zoo, while basic amenities at home include a fantastic outdoor pool, cutting edge fitness facility and heated underground parking.
To take full advantage of the unobstructed lakeshore views, each unit at the Lincoln Park Towers has its own private balcony. Inside, open layouts include studio, single-bedroom and two-bedroom units with one or two full baths and stunning floor-to-ceiling windows. Both the kitchens and bathrooms feature granite countertops, while kitchens also include maple cabinetry, stainless steel appliances and, in many layouts, an attached breakfast bar.
Accessibility to the neighborhood around you couldn't be better. Just beyond the Towers' doors are jogging paths, volleyball beaches and even "front of the line" access to annual events like the Old Town Art Fair and the Chicago Air & Water Show. When you'd like to wander the rest of the city, you have easy access to major roads that include Lake Shore Drive, North Avenue and Clark Street.
Nearby shopping includes a unique array of small clothing boutiques, international spice shops and music stores. Plus, you'll find fresh groceries at the year-around Green City Market in Lincoln Park, as well as city staples like Treasure Island and the Potash Brothers Market.
Of course the area has a great dining scene, too. There's pizza galore at Bricks, Chicago Pizza and My Nonnas, but don't forsake the neighborhoods numerous well-rated restaurants. For a top-notch breakfast any time of day, visit the Original Pancake House, or try the fondue (and enjoy live flamenco dancing) at Geja's Cafe. And if you're a lover of Italian cuisine, take a 5-minute walk north to Riccardo Trattoria for some of the city's best.
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