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La Grange manages to offer the best of both worlds – close-knit community plus the amenities of city living – to its residents. Its accolades include Best Downtown and Top Transit Suburb, and is perfect for young families as well as empty nesters and everyone in between.
Tree-lined neighborhood streets, a quaint downtown, and some of the state’s most friendly people, Western Springs is warm and welcoming. The Village has a 99 percent high school graduation rate and one of the highest median incomes in Illinois.
The Village of Hinsdale attracts people to come do business, visit, play, and live by offering small town charm in big ways through commerce, education, and suburban living. Its historic structures and preserved buildings are second to none.
Named a Top 10 Livable City for kids and named by Forbes as one of America’s Friendliest Towns, Downer’s Grove is also great for adults. With over 150 restaurants and less than a 30-minute commute, it’s the perfect place to call home.
La Grange Park
The Village of La Grange Park boasts over 24 acres of parkland and nature preserves – sometimes hard to believe given its 13-mile proximity to the city. Primarily a residential community, La Grange Park still offers plenty of local amenities.
Originally called Cottage Hill, it was renamed Elmhurst in 1869. Full of historical heritage. Elmhurst offers the convenience of the city with the serenity of a suburban community. This western suburb truly offers something for everyone!
One of the most important business centers in the world, Chicago offers everything anyone would need and then some. Comprised of culturally rich and unique neighborhoods that carry a personality all their own, you’ll be sure to find the perfect spot to call home.
In just half a century, the City of Naperville has grown from a prairie town of fewer than 10,000 people to a bustling city of 145,000 residents. Visit their scenic Riverwalk in downtown for a great night on the town.
The village takes its name from a local glen as well as Ellyn Hill whose husband established the village. Every year the park district provides more than 700 offerings for residents to play, relax, and have fun.
Oak Brook is a village in DuPage County with a small portion in Cook County in Illinois. This suburb of Chicago has the headquarters of several companies and organizations and is the former corporate home of McDonald’s and Ferrara Candy (now both moved to Chicago).
Burr Ridge is a suburb of Chicago, in Cook and DuPage counties, Illinois, United States. The village is among the wealthiest towns in Illinois and is locally known for its large, elegant mansions and luxury lifestyles.
Park Ridge is a picturesque suburb of 37,480 residents located 14 miles northwest of downtown Chicago, convenient to O’Hare Airport, major expressways, CTA and Metra trains.
Located in Cook County, the Village’s fine amenities and services, excellent schools, 34 parks and playgrounds covering more than 290 acres, numerous options for shopping and dining and proximity to local expressways and commuter trains have made it one of Chicago’s premier suburbs.
Located just north of Chicago, Evanston is home Northwestern University and Rotatry International. Sitting on edge of Lake Michigan and with easy access into Chicago Evanston is a city with a rich history and arts community.
Dubbed The Volunteer Community Clarendon Hills is the choice for families seeking quality education, security, and small town character. Its vibrant downtown reflects the upbeat and genuine lifestyle of its residents.
Serving as the County Seat of Dupage County, Wheaton provides a blend of big-city comforts and small-town charm. Not only does it provide fun amenities but, in 2017, it was ranked #6 on the Top 100 Safest Cities in America!
Aptly named for its location on the Des Plaines River, Riverside is a beautiful upscale suburban community. Just 10 miles west of the Loop, this National Historic Landmark District makes its residents feel light years away from city life.
Oak Park is a thriving community of about 52,000 people located immediately west of the City of Chicago and known for its architectural heritage and diverse population.
Arlington Heights is one of the top 15 largest municipalities in Illinois, featuring a unique blend of old and new. It’s a progressive community that people are proud to call home and where young families like to establish their roots for generations to come. It’s a community that offers vibrancy and interest.
Wilmette is a village bordering Lake Michigan and is located 14 miles north of Chicago’s downtown district. In 2007, Wilmette was ranked as the seventh best place to raise children in the U.S., according to Business Week. In 2015, Wilmette was ranked the best place to live in the state of Illinois based on a variety of factors including its low unemployment rate, median income, low housing vacancy rate, high education expenditures per student, low crime, and short commute times. Wilmette is a village bordering Lake Michigan and is located 14 miles north of Chicago’s downtown district. In 2015, Wilmette was ranked the best place to live in the state of Illinois based on a variety of factors including its low unemployment rate, median income, and low crime.
More than a zoo, the Village of Brookfield is 13 miles west of downtown. Quaint and charming plus modern and economically developed, Brookfield is home to great schools, churches, culture, and the true essence of community.
La Grange Highlands
La Grange Highlands is an unincorporated community south of La Grange. Located near I-294 and I-55, the town primarily contains large to mid-size residential properties, with very few businesses within its boundaries.
Chicago’s western gateway is 15 miles southwest of the Loop. A portion of old Route 66 runs through Countryside, adding a bit of nostalgia to a now fully developed community and offers residents a quiet respite from city life.
A centrally located city, Darien has easy access to three major highways navigating the Chicagoland area. Home to top-rated schools, an active park district, and the development of a downtown continues to make Darien “A Nice Place to Live”.
The Arboretum Village, Lisle is a beautiful place to live and visit. Once the third most popular meeting site in the entire state, Lisle is home to innovation, redevelopment, and preservation of its rich history.
From the Peck & Little Orphan Annie Houses to the Lilac Village, Lombard is full of history. With a focus on historical preservation and continued investment in community developments, this suburb provides it all.
The Village of Westmont places emphasis on community, and fosters a warm, welcoming attitude as the Progressive Village. Residents and business people alike make Westmont a great place to live, work, and raise a family.