Old Chicago Station House

Open to the public

Currently used as a(n) Marine Police Unit

The Old Chicago Station House was built in 1936

This Roosevelt Modified Station House was designed by U.S. Coast Guard (P.H.P. & D.K.R)


This station building's condition is Excellent


This station building has been Unaltered


This station building is not endangered or threatened

Station closed in 1968 and sold to the City of Chicago for use at the Marine Police Station. Station house survives and is the Chicago Police Marine Unit Headquarters.

Station house was rehabilitated in 2005 and is used as the Chicago Marine Police Unit Headquarters. Station also houses the Illinois Department of Natural Resources Conservation Police.


Open to the public  - By Appointment

250 North Breakwater Access
Chicago IL 60601

(312) 744-4817

Owner Information

City of Chicago, IL Police Department
3510 South Michigan Avenue

Chicago, IL 60653

(312) 746-6000

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