|Chicago 'L' rapid transit station|
|Location||1599 North Clybourn Avenue|
Chicago, Illinois 60642
|Owned by||City of Chicago|
|Line(s)||State Street Subway|
|Platforms||2 side platforms|
|Tracks||2 Depth 23 ft|
|Opened||October 17, 1943|
|Rebuilt||2010 (station house renovated)|
|Passengers (2017)||1,950,402 8.4%|
|Rank||29 out of 143|
North/Clybourn (read as "North and Clybourn") is an 'L' station on the CTA's Red Line. It is a subway station with two side platforms, located at 1599 North Clybourn Avenue, in the Near North Side neighborhood of Chicago, at the southeastern edge of the commercial Clybourn Corridor. North/Clybourn station is located at the intersection of North Avenue, Halsted Street, and Clybourn Avenue. North/Clybourn was opened on October 17, 1943.
On August 12, 2009, the Chicago Transit Board approved an ordinance granting Apple Inc. advertising rights to the station and the exclusive lease of the bus turnaround for nearly ten years in exchange for refurbishing and landscaping both. The project was to be completed by the end of 2010, and the amount paid by Apple to refurbish the station and bus turnaround was not to exceed $3.897 million.
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