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Chicago’s Historic and Cultural Lincoln Park District

by Chris Feurer

Chris Feurer is an accomplished Chicago real estate broker who guides Jameson Sotheby's International Realty as CEO. Chris Feurer is an active member of the Home Builders of Greater Chicago and has served as a panelist with the Lincoln Park Builders Forum.
Lincoln Park, a historic neighborhood bordering Lake Michigan in northern Chicago, features brick row houses and tree-lined streets in its residential districts. At the heart of the neighborhood is the actual 1,208-acre park for which it is named. The green space encompasses attractions such as a conservatory, a nature museum, and a free zoo.
The district is also home to the Steppenwolf Theatre Company, which is the oldest ensemble theater in the United States. Established in 1976, the theater has received 12 Tony Awards and presents approximately 700 events and performances each year. Another Lincoln Park landmark is Saint Clement Roman Catholic Church, which was built in 1918. Featuring a Byzantine dome, the church is a smaller version of the Cathedral Basilica of St. Louis in St. Louis, Missouri.
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