Axion Training Institute, Inc. is located at 14 North Peoria Street #100, Chicago, IL 60607. Peoria Street is 900 West, which is two blocks west of Halsted Street.
NOTE: All courses will be taught in Chicago, Illinois.
When you arrive, enter through the main entrance on the south side of the Hale building. The training facility is immediately inside the main door of the building in suite #100. If the door is locked, just select “Call Resident” on the touchscreen then select “Axion Labs.”
We recommend that you DO NOT RENT A CAR. There are plenty of taxis and rideshares waiting at the hotels below and all around the city. It is much easier (and cheaper) to get around Chicago without a car (hotels charge ~$35/day for parking). You may want to take a taxi from the airport for ~$35, but both airports are easily accessible by subway. We do NOT recommend the Airport Express Shuttle (they are relatively expensive and may take much longer).
Food & Lodging
Use this link to receive a 16% discount at the Crowne Plaza Chicago Metro Downtown hotel, which is located at 733 West Madison Street, Chicago, IL 60661. This hotel is a four-minute walk from the Axion Training Institute and a five-minute walk from some of the best restaurants in Chicago. The hotel has received great reviews from former students.
Use this link for an alternative discounted rate at the Hampton Inn Chicago Downtown West Loop (or the Homewood Suites next door) located at 116 N Jefferson, Chicago, IL 60661. This brand new hotel is half a mile east of Axion making for an easy ten-minute walk to the lab and its surroundings.
Use this link for 20% off at the ACME Hotel. If you’ve never been one for convention, ACME is the right choice for you. If you appreciate an eye for design and dig a high-tech vibe, you’ll feel right at home here. Located 2 ½ blocks from the Magnificent Mile in the River North neighborhood, this hotel is about 2 miles away from Axion and would require something like public transit or a rideshare to get to class.
Download this PDF for directions to the Axion Training Institute and recommendations on restaurants and after dinner fun.