Built in 2002, 1640 Maple Ave.—also known as Church Street Station—is a 17-story high-rise condo tower located in Evanston, IL, at the intersection of Maple Ave. and Church St.

Units within 1640 Maple feature floor-to-ceiling windows, high-end finishes and private balconies or terraces. The building also boasts a number of luxury amenities, including a doorperson, indoor pool, outdoor sun deck, fitness center, hospitality room, bike room, private storage lockers, and rooftop terrace with garden.

Located in the heart of downtown Evanston, 1640 Maple is within walking distance of everything from upscale dining, shopping, and nightlife to beautiful Lake Michigan beaches. Public transportation via the Metra, CTA, and bus service is also conveniently located steps away from the building at the Davis Street Stations.


Dining capital of the North Shore and home to world-renowned Northwestern University, Evanston is the first suburb north of the city adjoining Lake Michigan, and is located just 12 miles from downtown Chicago. It has a population of roughly 75,000 including an eclectic mix of young professionals, students, faculty, families, and seniors.

This is a vibrant community where residents and those who visit can take advantage of the waterfront with access to outstanding beaches, jogging trails, and bicycle paths. There are also expansive green spaces, historic architecture, fine dining at top rate restaurants, a unique blend of one of a kind shops and national retailers, festivals, concerts, theater and cultural events, and plenty of other leisure activities, as well as convenient public transportation options to Chicago.

Evanston real estate is as diverse as its residents and ranges from modern high rise condominium living to single family homes, townhomes, and historic lakefront mansions. With thriving business and commercial districts, rich theater and arts scene, and easy access to Chicago, it offers city-type living in a suburban environment, and remains one of the most desirable places to live in Chicagoland.