Lincoln Park is part of metropolitan Denver that is home to about 6,400 people who work in services, sales and administrative professions. Apartments for rent in Lincoln Park are bordered by Southwest and Golden Triangle.
Cost of Living and Demographics
Lincoln Park is less expensive than other Denver metro areas, such as Southwest. On average a household in Lincoln Park spends $27.4K/year in total expenditures, compared to Southwest's $76.7K/year.
The neighborhood of Southwest is somewhat different from Lincoln Park in terms of median age and household size, although comparable by percentage of households with children. In Lincoln Park the median age is 22, while in Southwest it's 31. The average household size for the neighborhood is 2.64 people, and it's 2.08 people in Southwest. Of households in Lincoln Park and Southwest, 21% and 27% have children, respectively.
Dining, Drinking and Recreation
If drinks are on the agenda, try one of the local options, like 1301 Santa Fe Tavern & Grill or Strange Brewing Co. Additionally, chain and franchise restaurants like Wing Street and McDonald's are to be found in the neighborhood.
Devotees of the arts enjoy the spectrum of events Bunt Port Theater has to offer.
For more details regarding fun places to grab a bite or hit up Happy Hour in Lincoln Park, take a peek at the Yelp page.
Treat yourself to a taste of the best baked goods in town. Head to La Mar's Donuts on W 6th Ave. Additionally, the neighborhood is home to a few more universally familiar grocer chain stores, such as Circle K and Smith's Food & Drug Center.
The Lincoln Park area provides residents with numerous retail options, such as Things That Glow and Grizzley Mountain Enterprises, where shoppers can quickly and easily find what they're looking for. Additionally, Lincoln Park is also home to a number of retailers.
Local Schools and School Districts
Some of the schools near the apartments in Lincoln Park are Colorado High School, Morey Middle School and Greenlee Elementary School. In most neighborhoods, the listed address of an apartment is the single most important determiner of which schools your children may attend. You should talk with school districts in the area to confirm what schools your children will attend.
Colorado High School, a high school in the Denver Public district school, has a low student-teacher ratio of 15-to-1.
The Jeffco Public district provides 110 elementary schools, 32 middle schools and 38 high schools, with a lower student-teacher ratio and smaller student population than Denver Public Schools. Jeffco Public district has a higher Great Schools score and more blue ribbon schools than the Denver Public district.