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The Merion (Evanston)

1611 Chicago Ave.
Evanston, IL 60201
Phone: (847) 864-6400
Fax: (847) 864-0947
Email: info@merionevanston.com
Web: http://www.merionevanston.com

The Merion is redefining retirement living by offering apartments situated in an environment suited for those with the most discerning tastes and expectations. Artfully reborn out of the historic North Shore Hotel in summer 2014, the building boasts a wide variety of striking features and amenities. From fully appointed and furnished apartments, to 10+ relaxation areas, to engaging entertainment and social activities, to distinctive dining options and the magnificent Crystal Ballroom, The Merion strives to exceed the desires of today's thriving, active retirees.

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