Station in Oak Lawn
back to 1842, the small German settlement known as Black Oaks
was as remote as a train whistle in the night.
That changed in 1880 with the arrival
of the Wabash Railroad. The bustling farm town that sprang
up from the Illinois prairie was able to provide its residents
with unheard of luxuries, such as gas lines for lighting and
The town incorporated in 1909 with
a new name and a new image -- Oak Lawn. By 1920, the Community
was a hive of activity, featuring new schools, banks, shops
and even its very own fire truck.
forward to the new millennium. The
Gammonley Group’s 51st Avenue Station, with its vintage
architectural styling, combines history with modern building
advancements and amenities.
The luxurious condominiums
provide you with the cosmopolitan lifestyle you expect. You
can catch the train downtown, or just stay close to home and
visit any of the unique shops or other business located in
the adjacent Gammonley retail space.
51st Avenue Station in Oak Lawn today. We're simple
to find and we offer a variety of models
and floorplans to fit your needs and budget.