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Elmhurst Named one of the “Ten Best U.S. Towns for Families” by Family Circle magazine, Elmhurst is a great place to call home. Centrally located, vibrant community of Elmhurst keeps driving home buyers to this peaceful and appealing town. With a wealth of community activities, shops, restaurants, and arts and culture, this bustling town has more than 43,000 residents who enjoy everything it has to offer. In addition to its many cultural offerings, the city is known for its shopping and dining. At the heart of the community is City Centre, offering a movie theater and an assortment of eateries and boutiques. Recreational opportunities are plentiful, with The Elmhurst Park District maintaining more than 20 parks, playgrounds, walking trails and facilities for tennis, golf, swimming and more.

Superb schools, parks, businesses, and community activities attract people of all age groups and backgrounds.


Glen-Ellyn Glen Ellyn’s Main Street is a charming mix of small boutiques, restaurants and coffee shops. The community is one of the most affluent in DuPage County. Village residents enjoy numerous recreational areas including 29 parks, the Willowbrook Wildlife Preserve, an 18-hole golf course and access to the Illinois Prairie Path. Neighborhoods are lined with mature trees and homes in a variety of architectural styles, ranging from new construction to historic homes dating back to the community’s early days. Glen Ellyn students are served by the Glen Ellyn School District 41, Community Consolidated School District 89 and Glenbard Township High School District 87.


Western-Springs From world-class healthcare to spacious parks, Western Springs has everything you need or want! It is ranked 3rd in Illinois and 19th in the country for livability. It has low crime rates, high graduation rates, and high income per capital. The Village of Western Springs was named for its clear, cool springs. The springs may be gone, but the community continues to thrive. Western Springs offers beautiful homes, a short commute and plenty of parks and recreation. Homes here include a mix of single-family homes, as well as condominiums and townhomes. The village also has a number of new construction homes and remodeled homes. The Western Springs Park District maintains more than 80 acres of land in several neighborhood parks and offers sports programs and classes sponsored by the recreation department. Residents can also find restaurants and shops in the picturesque downtown district along with plaza shopping facilities at the Garden Market. Area students attend two public elementary schools and Lyons Township High School.


Oak-Brook Oak Brook is an affluent suburb of Chicago that boasts beautiful homes, low real estate taxes, and plenty of amenities within town limits. Living in Oak Brook, you’ll enjoy convenience to just about anything: the golf course, the airport, major highways, world-class healthcare, and the city of Chicago itself.

The affluent Village of Oak Brook is home to 7,800 residents – but it’s more like 90,000 if you count the people who come here every day for business and shopping.

Oakbrook Center is among the village’s biggest attractions, offering upscale shopping and dining as well as a movie theater. The community also boasts several prominent corporations and has been home to billionaire business leaders such as Ty Warner and Portillo’s Restaurant Group founder Dick Portillo.

Residential subdivisions abound in Oak Brook, offering an array of housing options from condominiums and ranch homes to stately mansions.
Butler School District 53 serves the community with Brook Forest Elementary School and Butler Junior High School. High school students attend Hinsdale Central High School.


Naperville Naperville is a regular on the “best” lists. The community has not only been ranked as one of America’s best places to live by Money magazine; it’s also among the safest cities in the country, according to USA Today.

Incorporated in 1857, Naperville grew rapidly through the 1980s and 1990s with the construction of two tollways, nearly quadrupling as Chicagoans and corporations moved to the suburb. In addition to the Ronald Reagan Memorial Tollway and Veterans Memorial Tollway, the community is served by nearby Metra and Amtrak stations, making it ideal for commuters.

With plentiful amenities, Naperville continues to capture the interest of homebuyers. Downtown Naperville has a popular Riverwalk with nearly two miles of brick paths, bridges, artwork, fountains and recreational facilities along the DuPage River. To the west is historic Centennial Beach, which goes from zero to 15 feet deep, and nearby Centennial Park, which has an inline skating and skateboarding facility.


West-Loop Few Chicago neighborhoods have undergone as dramatic a transformation in such a short amount of time as the West Loop. The West Loop is home to a thriving restaurant district on Randolph Street, along with corporate HQs like Google. Residents also enjoy proximity to nearby Fulton Market, Greektown, Little Italy, and The Loop.


River-North West of the Magnificent Mile, River North is where you’ll find the city’s bustle — from shopping and entertainment to nightlife. Dozens of residential developments in recent years give buyers a lot of choices. Development has also pushed west of the Chicago River into an area dubbed River West, which includes a number of new condominium buildings.