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RMK Will Manage New-Construction Glen Ellyn Luxury Apartments 

RMK Management Corp. has been named property manager for Apex 400, a 104-unit, newly constructed luxury apartment community. Located at 400 N. Main St. in downtown Glen Ellyn, IL, the five-story development was completed by developer GSP Development in spring 2022.   

“We know Apex 400 is an exceptional option for renters in Glen Ellyn and this area of Chicago’s western suburbs who are looking for a stylish new-construction apartment along with all the latest high-end amenities,” said Anthony Rossi Sr., chairman of Chicago-based RMK Management Corp. “These apartments offer renters more living space than many other buildings in the area.” 

Located one block south of Glen Ellyn’s Downtown North Historic District, Apex 400 offers convenient access to restaurants and boutique shops. Residents are a four-minute walk to the Glen Ellyn Metra station, which is on the Union Pacific West Line to Chicago’s Ogilvie Transportation Center.


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