Where Chicago Connects.
Welcome to Lincoln Yards, a vibrant new development that will connect Chicagoans to over 70 acres of riverfront sitting between two of the city’s most iconic neighborhoods: Lincoln Park and Bucktown. The development of Lincoln Yards presents a defining moment for Chicago to improve a vast parcel of underutilized land to benefit residents, businesses and visitors.
Learn more about where Chicago connects and become a part of redefining the urban experience at Lincoln Yards.
Welcome to Chicago’s new urban.
Custom office build-to-suit developments • Vibrant retail opportunities • Reinvigorated riverfront • New multi-modal transportation hub • Proposed 606 bike trail extension • Public riverwalk • Abundant recreation space
Art and culture • Future residential and hospitality opportunities
On July 18th, Sterling Bay unveiled its vision for Lincoln Yards - a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity that has the potential to transform a swatch of old manufacturing properties into a new urban destination.
Lincoln Yards is centrally located within the northside of Chicago along the North Branch of the Chicago River. Specifically, Lincoln Yards is bounded by the Kennedy Expressway to the west; Webster Avenue to the north; Clybourn Avenue to the east; and North Avenue to the south. The area is in close proximity to all major modes of transportation in Chicago including Metra commuter trains, CTA ‘L’ stations and bus stops, I-90/I-94, water taxi transportation and the 606 bike trail.
Lincoln Yards is a centrally located, multi-modal hub for residents, businesses and visitors. Proposed improvements include:
- New, relocated Clybourn Metra Station
- Shuttle service to and from CTA ‘L’ stations at Armitage and North/Clybourn
- New water taxi stops
- Extended 606 bike trail
- Divvy shared bike stations
- Easy access to I-90/ I-94 (3.5 miles to the Loop, 15 miles to O'Hare, 13 miles to Midway)
- Infrastructure improvements and congestion reduction including a revised street grid and new bridges and parking garages