AMLI 900 Chicago
900 S Clark St, Chicago, IL- Printer's Row
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Overall rating of 3.8 / 5 based on 10 renter reviews
3.8 / 5
It's been alright- there are occasional hiccups here and there, but overall the amenities are good, the staff responsive, and the door men amicable.
Apartments are spacious and the views can be amazing. The quality of the actual appliances and fixtures is not top-notch, but totally fine. Surrounding neighborhood lacks charm (at least in 2010-2012) and for that reason I have some regret that I lived there.
What did you like most?
Spaciousness, views, friendly people in the leasing office
What did you like least?
neighborhood, relatively cheap-quality appliances and interior fixtures
As I expected. Excellent space and student experience/young professional experience.
AMLI 900 Chicago Overview and Highlights
AMLI 900 is a new construction (2008), full-amenity rental apartment building in Printers Row.
900 S Clark St, Chicago IL
What Occupants Love
Social/friendly neighbors. Great internet/Wi-Fi connectivity. Responsive and accommodating building management. Views from the rooftop deck.
What Occupants Love Less
Residents believe that the surrounding neighborhood is commercial and lacks charm.
Resident Responsible for
Cable/Internet, Gas, Heat, Trash, Water, Electricity
Near AMLI 900 Chicago
Printer’s Row is located just south of The Loop and is close to the Chicago River. Its name came from the many buildings in the area that were used by publishing businesses in the late 1880s. Now, those same buildings have been converted into residential condos and lofts. You will find a mix of housing options here, from converted residential lofts to new high rises, making it the perfect neighborhood mix.
If you’re planning on living in Printer’s Row, expect tree-lined streets, historical, red brick buildings and a friendly neighborhood vibe. You’ll be a short walk away from major train lines and busses for a short and easy commute. Sitting in between The Loop and South Loop, expect a quieter oasis in the heart of Chicago. You’ll see friendly faces and small, neighborhood shops that will make you forget you’re in the middle of downtown Chicago.
Nearest Grocery Store
Trader Joe’s (10-minute walk)
Nearest Convenience Store
7-Eleven (6-minute walk)
Nearest Public Transportation
Red Line- Roosevelt (3 minute walk)