Lincoln Park

From the 1850's
Lincoln Park is one of the oldest towns that lies within the city of Denver. Founded just south of where Denver was first settled back in the 1850’s, the town also has a park named after the town itself, Lincoln Park. This park features different sports fields, recreation centers, and pools open to the public. Many of the locals recommend going to King Soopers when some grocery shopping needs to get done.

There are many recommended restaurants and bars in the area of Lincoln Park that the residents get to enjoy. There are many ratings online for the eateries around town which make it easy for any newcomer to pick where they would like to eat. Bars in the area include The Monkey Bar, Timeo's Theater Bar, Lincoln Park Lounge, and #VYBE. Restaurants in the area include Buckhorn Exchange Restaurant, Domo Japanese Country Food Restaurant, El Taco De México, and The 9th Door Capitol Hill. Lincoln Park is a great place to live thanks to its rich history and all of the hotspots throughout the town.
What Lincoln Park Residents
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Median rents in Lincoln Park
1 Bedroom
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Getting to Know
Lincoln Park

Neighborhood Boundaries
East to West Boundaries: South Platte River to Speer Blvd
North to South Boundaries: W Colfax Ave to 6th Ave
Amore Pizza
El Noa Noa
iSushi Japanese Restaurant
Jamaican Grill
The Molecule Effect
King Soopers
CrossFit Elevation
Train Fight Win
Metropolis Coffee
Mmm Coffee
48 (bus)
D/H (light rail)
E (light rail)

Best Apartments
in Lincoln Park

1 Bed $1,842
2 Beds $3,127

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Studio $1,655
1 Bed $2,020
2 Beds $2,455

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Studio $1,340
1 Bed $1,625
2 Beds $2,195

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Studio $1,487
1 Bed $1,483
2 Beds $2,667

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1 Bed $1,340
2 Beds $1,593

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