Given an abelian group $X$, let $F_n(X)$ denote the simplicial abelian group defined as follows:
$F_n(X)_j=0$ for all $j<n$ and $F_n(X)_j=X$ for all $j\geq n$
with the appropriate zero and identity maps between them so the normalization (normalized moore complex) gives the appropriate homology (say, $d_i=0$ for every $i\geq 1$ (obviously for the parts higher than $n$) and $d_0=id_X$). Then by the Hurewicz theorem, this simplicial abelian group seems like it should have homotopy concentrated in degree $n$ with $n$th component isomorphic to $X$ by computing the homology of the normalization.
Since this thing is a Kan complex (because it's a simplicial abelian group), isn't this a representative for the Eilenberg-Mac Lane space $\kappa(X,n)$?