We have been serving Lincoln Park and the surrounding community since 1984, but the building itself is over 100 years old, originally built in 1903 as the administrative offices for Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific Railroad [Milwaukee Road]. The building was one of the first reinforced concrete structures in Chicago and has been declared a national historic site. Renovated as a multi-purpose senior health care facility, the Chicago Tribune referred to it as one of the most unique retirement complexes in the nation being renovated into a retirement community, skilled nursing facility and a geriatric medical care office all under the same roof. One reporter commented, “The top floor’s windows frame a wonderful series of urban landscapes. Looking out to the south, a resident could wake up each morning to the sight of the Loop’s skyscrapers.”
The Symphony Residences of Lincoln Park Apartments are celebrating their 32th Anniversary of serving the Senior Living needs of the Lincoln Park Community.