Adam Jensen's apartment is located in the Detroit Chiron Building. As the name suggests, its owner is Adam Jensen



The apartment is nicely accommodated and consists of a large, open room with an open kitchenette, with large windows opposite the entryway overlooking the city. The adjacent bedroom has Adam's computer (password "mandrake") later used in the mission Investigating the Suicide Terrorist. There is also a connecting bathroom with a broken mirror that Adam destroyed in a fit of rage after his mechanical augmentation surgery.

Notable lootEdit


  • Adam's apartment has a "secret stash" behind the television (code 5375). A conversation with the janitor outside Jensen's apartment says that Jensen paid the janitor to create the compartment. However, an e-mail in Adam Jensen's computer says that the compartment came with purchase of the apartment.
  • There is an e-mail on Adam's computer from the landlord about the broken mirror, stating it's on backorder. However, on the landlord's computer, there is an e-mail stating the mirror has been awaiting pickup for weeks.
  • Also found on the landlord's computer is an e-mail from Athene Margoulis detailing a year's payment for many of the Sarif employees housed in the Chiron building.
  • Adam's residence is near the helipad elevator, which is inaccessible until your return from Montreal, at which point the riots in Detroit make walking to the Sarif building too dangerous.
  • The coffee table has an e-book on water clocks, with what appears to be the parts to construct one on one of the tables.
  • The bathroom is full of various prescription drugs, likely due to the heavy augmentation Adam has received.
  • The computer table has a book named Living with Your New Cybernetic Prosthetic, referencing Adam's initial struggle to cope with his augmentations.


  • The stash in Adam's apartment is a homage to the secret compartment in Paul Denton's 'Ton Hotel apartment seen in Deus Ex.[1]
  • The kitchen sink in Adam's apartment is based on a real sink designed by Kohler, the Karbon. Its design was inspired by the human arm.



  1. Director's Cut commentary.