Close to downtown and manicured to perfection, Lincoln Park is popular with the business set looking to settle down. The neighborhood's namesake is a gorgeous 1,208-acre public park - home to the Lincoln Park Zoo, multiple nature reserves, museums, and beaches, with easy access to Chicago's recreational Lakefront Trail. Or if brick and mortar are more your thing, head west to find stunning churches like St.... Josaphat's and St. Michael's tucked alongside the beautiful homes that fill the neighborhood.
The center of the Midwest, aka Windy City, is among top six real estate markets in the U.S. It’s the second most important financial center of the country, following New York City. It’s a home to 12 federal banks, Chicago Stock Exchange, and Boeing Company headquarters.
At the moment, Chicago is the third most populous city of the United States, and it continues growing, together with the demand for accommodation. Last summer, a building boom started here, especially in the city’s downtown. Thousands of new apartments and hotel rooms are being constructed and sold.
Still, the city has architecture to boast – five of 10 tallest U.S. buildings are located in Chicago, as well as many universities and vivid festival living.
Buying accommodation here means receiving it all at once – stable economy, lots of job offers, and constantly increasing real estate prices.