Lincoln Park is a neighborhood located in Denver, Colorado.
Lincoln Park is perfect for coffee lovers; whether you prefer a fun and upbeat environment or somewhere more classic, there's a place here that will suit you. If shopping is your thing, then this vicinity is one of the best spots, with photography stores, arts & crafts shops and art galleries and many others offering a great variety of products. When you think of top factors when picking a place to live, safety is right up there; luckily it's something that you can immediately scratch off the list here. There are many advantages to using the public transportation here, such as the reasonable prices and the speed at which you can reach your destination. Instead of taking the car, quite a few people here prefer to get a healthy bit of exercise and walk to work.
There are plenty of rental opportunities in Lincoln Park, with only a small percentage of homes being owner occupied. If you're looking for a place that suits the younger generation, you've found it; this vicinity is home to a rising number of younger residents. Residents of Lincoln Park tend to have incomes that are below average.
In Lincoln Park, home prices noticeably dropped 6 percent last year to reach $324,100 from a previous $344,685. Quite a few residential properties in this area have a swimming pool, which is really great if you like to lie out and relax on the weekend. The granite countertops that are available in many houses in Lincoln Park offer elegance but also efficiency and durability. A handful of homes in this neighborhood are historic estates so the place is full of history and offers a wonderful atmosphere that endears residents and visitors alike.