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197 apartments for rent near Lincoln Park, MI

1811 CLEOPHUS Parkway
Lincoln Park
2 Bed
$775
4222 Longtin Avenue
Lincoln Park
3 Bed
$800
2005 Leblanc St
Lincoln Park
3 Bed
$900
1401 University
Lincoln Park
2 Bed
$700
1415 Council Ave
Lincoln Park
3 Bed
$800
1520 Pingree Ave
Lincoln Park
3 Bed
$925
357 EMMONS Boulevard
Lincoln Park
3 Bed
$1,200
1532 Emmons Blvd.
Lincoln Park
3 Bed
$1,050
863 MONTIE Road
Lincoln Park
3 Bed
$1,000
1954 Liberty
Lincoln Park
3 Bed
$875
1925 WARWICK Avenue
Lincoln Park
3 Bed
$1,100
2416 Elliott Ave
Lincoln Park
3 Bed
$900
1828 Mill St
Lincoln Park
3 Bed
$1,100
1784 Reo Ave
Lincoln Park
3 Bed
$750
607 Lincoln Ave
Lincoln Park
3 Bed
$850
1551 McLain Ave
Lincoln Park
3 Bed
$850
1314 EMPIRE Avenue
Lincoln Park
2 Bed
$775
1527 Grant
Lincoln Park
3 Bed
$850
2161 Charter
Lincoln Park
2 Bed
$725
2856 Bailey Ave
Lincoln Park
3 Bed
$975
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City Guide
Lincoln Park
Moving to the Par

KThe area known as Lincoln Park belonged originally to the Pottawatomie and back then it was covered by vast stretches of virgin forests and streams, lakes and rivers, which carried pure, crystalline water.  In those days, wildlife was found in abundance, as man lived in harmony with nature. Although much has changed since then, the Downriver people still find solace in recreational activities related to nature. They take care to preserve what is left of it on their side of the planet. 

Lincoln Park shares borders with the neighboring cities of Detroit, Allen Park, Ecorse, Melvindale, Southgate and Wyandotte. The population of this city, as per the 2010 census, is somewhere around 38,144. The city has had a population growth rate of negative 6.23 percent since 2000. While the cost of living there is approximately 22 percent lower when compared to the average rate in the US, there is a low rate of employment in Lincoln Park. It's probably not the best choice of cities for young people trying to make big careers out of their lives. 

Finding Your Place in the Par

KFor those who are looking for places to live in this Wayne County community, there are plenty of options available. You could choose among the luxury apartments in Lincoln Park or settle in with median priced homes thart come at around $40,000. The city is divided into the South district and the North district. Homes available in the south end are mostly bungalows, brick colonials and ranches built in the early 1900's while the northern part of the city is older. You can rent an apartment if you are not into buying homes in this city, even though homes prices are low. 

There are several guidelines regarding pets in this community, so if you are one of those animal lovers, it would be best to check into one of the pet friendly apartments in Lincoln Park and obtain sufficient information from the community officials regarding dog ownership license and such. 

There are a fair number of stores available for decent shopping in Lincoln Park. Detroit, which is only about 10 miles from the city, is easy to reach for additional needs. Allen Park and Dearborn are also close by and offer anything you might need in terms of shopping. There are plenty of good restaurants around the place as well. 

Medical facilities available in Lincoln Park are good enough to take care of the usual ailments.