Introducing A.M. 1980 Apartments
Welcome to A.M. 1980
We are Chicago’s premier live/work/play development nestled in the heart of Chicago’s northwest neighborhoods. No fear of missing out here—we’re a quick walk to all that Bucktown and Wicker Park have to offer, and just south of the rapidly growing Logan Square neighborhood—surrounded by some of the liveliest bars, restaurants, and entertainment venues in the city. Looking to spend a little more time outdoors? Ride your bike around this bike-friendly neighborhood, and head up the 606 path for miles of scenic biking and running. While we have parking options available, public transportation surrounds the building to take you wherever you need to go. In addition to the many bus stops on our block, we are conveniently adjacent to the CTA blue line Western station.
Despite being surrounded by endless shops, restaurants, and things to do outside of our building, you may never want to leave home (think: winter!). All of our 140 apartments include high-end finishes and plank flooring, with modern sliding barn doors leading into new spaces. All appliances are energy star and seamlessly blend into the clean color palette of each unit. The attached dog-run let’s Fido have that quick walk if there’s no time to escape to the 606. Are you a social butterfly that never wants to leave home? No problem. Host your friends around the rooftop fire pit as you grill dinner, and cheers to the incredible view of Chicago’s skyline. They’ll be your neighbors before too long.
Not only are the amenities of your new home top notch, but this building was constructed with quality and heart for the community’s history. The steel framed and brick façade building boasts soundproof, quality walls and windows that allow crisp views of the bustling city without the noise. The northeast accent façade facing Milwaukee was built from the property’s original building bricks. With the community and Chicago’s famed architectural history in mind, the preservation was of upmost importance to maintain the historical integrity of the neighborhood.