Edith Spurlock Sampson Apartments

Edith Spurlock Sampson is a 394 unit Senior building in Lincoln Park.

The building was named to honor Edith Spurlock Sampson, an American lawyer and judge, and the first Black U.S. delegate appointed to the United Nations. The age-restricted development includes two 11-story high-rise elevator buildings with 394 studio and one bedroom homes. The development was formerly known as Lincoln and Sheffield Apartments and Annex and was built in 1965.

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