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Incorporated in 1958, the Village of Hanover Park has grown from a small
bedroom community in Cook County to a thriving suburban town with a
population of 35,579, whose residential and commerical development has
spilled over into DuPage County as well. Although it is just five square
miles in size, Hanover Park is crisscrossed by four townships, seven
school districts, three park districts and two library districts.
Before its incorporation, Hanover Park was an "outcropping" of
Ontarioville, which pre-dated Hanover Park by nearly a full century. In
an unusual twist of history, however, it was Hanover Park that later
assimilated Ontarioville, officially incorporating the smaller community
into its boundaries in 1982.
Today, one of the most attractive aspects of living in Hanover Park
continues to be the affordability of homes for young families moving
into the community. The median age in Hanover Park is 28 and the average
family income is $49,916.
Homebuyers are able to choose from a wide range of housing, from raised
ranches and split levels, to condominiums, to townhomes, condominiums
and duplexes. The average 1997 sale price for a single family home was
$136,766, while condominium and townhome prices averaged out at $94,491.
Apartment rentals are available for an average cost of $562 per month.
Commuters taking the express train from the Hanover Park station can
reach Chicago in 45 minutes. Drive time to the Loop is 60 minutes, while
O'Hare airport is 35 minutes away and Midway Airport is a 60-minute
drive. The Elgin-O'Hare Expressway bisects Hanover Park and the
Northwest Tollway is a short four miles north, while the Interstate 290
extension is five miles east of the village.
This community of approximately 40,000 is located just 30 miles
northwest of Chicago. It is conveniently located 17 miles from O'Hare
International Airport and less than 45 minutes from downtown Chicago
(via the Metra West Line). This village's thriving economy has a variety
of industries providing employment, which include manufacturing, retail
trade, professional, scientific, management, administrative and waste
management services, and educational, health and social services. Some
of the companies within the region include big names like Fisher
Scientific, Canon and G.E. Transportation. Hanover Park's seven school
districts serving students grades K-12 are renowned for their dedication
to providing excellent education. The Hanover Park District also
maintains over 21 park sites that stretch more than 128 acres. Residents
can engage in numerous recreational activities by way of the parks'
outdoor tennis courts, racquetball courts, swimming pools, football
fields, recreation buildings, outdoor ice rinks, softball fields, soccer
fields, basketball courts and picnic areas. For outdoor enthusiasts
thousands of acres of forest preserves provide bird refuges, natural
wildlife areas, horseback and bike trails, boating, fishing, hiking, and
picnicking. One of the big annual highlights for Hanover Park residents
is the Harvest Fest, held on Labor Day weekend. The event's big-name
entertainment, carnival and plethora of food booths help to attract
40,000 visitors. Real estate options in Hanover Park consist of
single-family detached homes, estate properties, condominiums,
townhouses and land lots. Hanover Park is a village committed to serving
its residents in a safe, aesthetically alluring, developmentally
progressive and economically sound community.
Many nearby golf courses, country clubs, recreational complexes,
theaters and semiprofessional sports arenas offer Hanover Park residents
an array of leisure and recreational opportunities. The Chicago metro
area also provides near endless opportunities to explore entertainment,
professional sports, museums, opera, art exhibits, symphony and theatre.
The Mallard Lake Forest Preserve is located on the south side of Hanover
Park and is part of the DuPage County Forest Preserve District. This
Forest Preserve encompasses a large portion of beautifully wooded areas
with plenty of opportunities to explore outdoor activities. Amenities
within the boundaries include a fishing pier, a shelter, a dog exercise
area and a bike path. Plenty of wildlife inhabits Mallard Lake including
meadowlarks, great-horned owls, red-tailed hawks and kestrels.
To the west of County Farm Road is the Hawk Hollow Forest Preserve,
which will soon be connected to the Mallard Lake Forest Preserve via a
bike path. Hawk Hollow is comprised of over 1,000 largely undeveloped
acres and offers spectacular views of the West Branch of the DuPage
River Valley. This meandering river flows through Hawk Hollow from north
to south. Over 500 plant species inhabit this Forest Preserve including
wild bergamot, prairie sunflowers, wild geranium and white, bur, red and
black oak trees. More than 130 animal species - several that are listed
as endangered or threatened - can also be found in Hawk Hollow.
Black-crowned night herons, great blue herons, red-tailed hawks,
redheaded woodpeckers, minks, raccoons, coyotes, deer and beavers are
just a few of the animals that visitors can view.
Hanover Park area offers many beautiful neighborhoods and subdivisions. Among the most popular Hanover Park subdivisions are Arbors, Benharts, Coventry Place, Driftwood, Farmington Glen, Feurhakens, Forest Ridge, Fremont, Fremont Junction, Gardens, Grants Highway, Greenbrook, Hanovarian Estates, Hanover Army Trail, Hanover Gardens, Hanover Highlands, Hanover Park Estates, Hanover Park Terrace, Hanover Point, Hanover Schick, Hanover Square, Hanover Terrace, Hansings Division, Harris, Hartford Square, Highlands, Hoelterhoff Survey, Larkspur, Larwins, Laurel Crossing, Leisebergs, Liberty Square, Longmeadows, Mayfair, Mayfair Station, Meadows, Mullens, New Salem, Oakwood Landing, Olde Salem, Ontario, Ontarioville, Pinetree, Plymouth Square, Rainbow Point, Sagebrooke Station, Savannah, Sierra Blanca, Tall Oaks, Tanglewood, Tempo, The Glens, The Groves, The Meadows, The Trend, Tiffany Pointe, Valleyview, Westlake, Woodlake Trails.
Located in Cook County Hoffman Estates is conveniently located near
major arterial roadways, including I-90 and state routes 53, 58 and 72.
The Village's geographical accessibility serves as a great benefit for
its approximate 50,000 residents. Chicago the nation's third largest
city and a leading industrial, commercial, transportation and financial
center is only 30 miles southwest of Hoffman Estates. Industries that
provide employment in Hoffman Estates include manufacturing,
educational, health and social services, retail trade, and professional,
scientific, management, administrative and waste management services.
Schools of three districts accommodate Hoffman Estate students grades
K-12. Several colleges and universities, including the University of
Chicago, are in proximity for those who wish to attain a degree in
higher education. Managed by the Hoffman Estates Park District, more
than 500 recreational programs including programs for aquatics,
athletics, dance and arts and music and several city parks, create a
wide away of recreational opportunities for residents. Willow Recreation
Center offers teen and adult recreation rooms, a skate park, fitness
center and racquetball and volleyball courts. The Poplar Creek Country
Club provides beautiful public golf course facilities. Real estate
options in Hoffman Estates consist of single-family detached homes,
estate properties, condominiums, townhouses and land lots. Residents of
Hoffman Estates are strongly devoted to their community, fostering
advancement in all areas of community living and a high quality of life
in the beautiful, safe region.
Hoffman Estates Park District offers an after school program called
"Kid's Adventure Club," which creates a wonderful forum for children to
socialize while participating in fun activities. Youngsters enjoy
crafts, games, songs, stories, cooking, indoor and outdoor play and much
more! The "Golden Circle" is a group designed to meet the needs of those
ages 50 and older. Special programs for senior citizens include trips,
health and wellness benefits and fellowship.
Nearby Chicago offers many cultural and educational activities. The
Museum of Science provides youngsters with a place to dream their
wildest dream. Kids can pretend to ride the Silver Streak diesel train,
visit the Coal Mine with a simulation of a trip to the center of the
earth and a mining car ride or visit the underwater submarine. The
renowned Art Institute is another attraction of Chicago. Some of the
world's most famous works of art including Grant Wood's "American
Gothic," Edward Hopper's "Nighthawks," and Georges Seurat's "A Sunday on
La Grande Jatte " can be viewed there. More than attractions, Chicago
has world-class dining, shopping, entertainment and nightlife for area
residents and visitors alike.
Hoffman Estates sports fans can choose from many professional sports
teams to root for and watch. The Cubs at Wrigley Field, the White Sox at
US Cellular Field (Comiskey Park), the Bears at Soldier Field or the
Bulls at the Chicago United Center, are just a few of the teams and
places that Hoffman Estates sports fanatics can enjoy.
The local real estate market in Hoffman Estates continues to be hot,
with prices for single family homes ranging from the low $200,000's to
over $800,000 for custom home new-construction. In addition to a vast
assortment of fine single-family homes, Hoffman estates has plenty of
elegant townhouses, townhomes, condominiums, condo conversions and
upscale residential rental units available ranging in price from $78,000
to over $400,000.
Hoffman Estates area offers many beautiful neighborhoods and subdivisions. Among the most popular Hoffman Estates subdivisions are 12 Oaks, Barrington Square, Barrington Square Villa, Blackberry Creek, Breton Pointe, Bridlewood Farm, Buttercreek, Canterbury Farms, Canterbury Fields, Casey Farm Villas, Casey Farms, Castleford, Charlemagne, Chestnut Ridge, Colony Point, Creekside, Estates Of Deer Crossing, Evergreen, Fieldstone Village, Gettysburg, Golfview, Governors Village, Hampton Knoll, Harpers Landing, Haverford Place, Hearthstone, High Point, Highland Crossing, Highland Hills, Highland Woods, Highlands, Hilldale, Hilldale Green, Hoffman Hills, Hunters Ridge, Hunters Ridge West, Huntington, Huntington Club, Ivy Ridge Of Princeton, Links At Poplar Creek, Meadow Walk, Messner Estates, Moon Lake, Moon Lake Trails, Moon Lake Village, Partridge Hill, Poplar Creek, Poplar Hills, Poplar Hills North, Prestwick Place, Princeton Townhomes, Spring Mill, Steeple Hill, Stony Ridge, Town & Country, Victoria Crossing, Walten Meadows, White Oak, Windham, Winding Trails, Winston Knolls, Yorkshire Woods.
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your perfect price range!
The Village of Streamwood is one of the fastest growing communities
within the Chicago metropolitan area. Located within the high growth
northwest suburban corridor, Streamwood is ideally located just minutes
from O'Hare Airport.
Streamwood's population has grown to nearly 36,500 in its short 45 year
history. And, it is geared for additional growth. The population of
Streamwood is attractive to both commercial and residential development.
Ninety-three percent (93%) of the residents live in a traditional
two-parent household with children. The median age is 30 years. The
median household income is nearly $75,000. Yet, the average home price
is only $154,000. Affordable homes, coupled with two-income families,
adds up to a high level of discretionary income.
The Village of Streamwood was incorporated in 1957 and operates under
the Council/Manager form of government. It is a home rule community as
defined by the Illinois Constitution. Streamwood is located
approximately 33 miles northwest of the City of Chicago in Cook County
and has a land area of 7.5 square miles with approximately 75 miles of
streets. The population as certified by the 2000 Census is 36,407.
Policy making and legislative authority are vested in the Village Board,
which consists of the Village President and six Trustees. This
governing body is responsible, among other things, for passing
ordinances, adopting the budget, appointing committees, and hiring the
Village Manager and Village Attorney. The Village Manager is
responsible for carrying out the policies and ordinances of the Village
Board, for overseeing the day-to-day operations of the Village, and for
appointing the heads of the Village's departments. The Board is elected
on a non-partisan, at-large basis. Trustees are elected to four-year
staggered terms with three members elected every two years. The
President is elected to four-year terms.
Municipal elections occur in odd numbered years. In 2003, an election
was held for three trustee offices. In 2005, an election was held for
the Village President, Village Clerk, and three of the six Trustees. In
2007, an election will be held for the three other trustee offices.
Although Streamwood is predominantly a residential community, it enjoys
a thriving business community. The Village supports over 600
businesses. The Village is an active participant in the business
community as a member of the Streamwood Chamber of Commerce. And, it
aids business development through a streamlined approvals process and
through the provision of quality local services.
The Village of Streamwood is committed to customer-oriented public
service. This commitment to serving the needs and interest of our
community is reflected in the Mission Statement adopted by the Village
Board. It states that :
We will provide public services for the greater good and well being of
our community. We will continue to create a quality environment in
which we can live, work and play, all in a way which is cost effective,
yet responsive to our community needs. We will measure our success by
our reputation as a stable, prosperous community, which will fill our
present and future residents with pride.
This mission guides the Village in its delivery of services. The
Village Board and staff recognize that the owners of our organization
are the residents of our community. Our job is to deliver the most
efficient, effective government services in a fiscally prudent manner.
This helps each Department to strive to provide the best service to all
of our residents.
A Natural Choice for Business Resources
Available land, accessibility and superior community services are
essential to the success and growth of any business. Location, land and
convenience. The Village of Streamwood has the resources you need to
An Environment for Business
Streamwood offers an attractive environment for development. Land is
available for development at competitive prices. Much of it is located
along highly visible emerging traffic corridors. Its proximity to
O'Hare Airport, Interstate 90 and the newly opened Elgin-O'Hare
Expressway, make it ideal for commercial, office or industrial
Developers have found in Streamwood a strong pro-business
administration, ready and willing to help businesses locate or expand
within the community. Village staff works with developers guiding them
through a highly professional and efficient development approvals
process. The Village is willing to offer creative incentive packages to
aid commercial and industrial businesses.
The Village of Streamwood is a full service community. A highly trained
Police Department maintains one of the lowest crime rates in the region
while a skilled Fire Department offers an impressive ISO rating of 3.
These translate into significant cost savings to businesses through
reduced insurance rates. Lake Michigan water and Metropolitan Water
Reclamation District waste water treatment are available to all
commercial, industrial and residential properties within the Village.
Pro-business. Pro-development. Streamwood casts itself in the
non-traditional role of facilitator rather than simply a regulator.
It's an attitude that drives Streamwood's Community Development
Department. The Department manages all planning, zoning, building and
property maintenance functions for the community. Developers
continually commend the Community Development Department for its
streamlined approvals process.
Assisting business does not end with the development process. The
Village is an active member of the Streamwood Chamber of Commerce.
Moreover, the Village conducts an ongoing business retention program and
strives to be a partner with local businesses. Working as partners, the
Village seeks ways to keep businesses competitive. Tax incentives,
revised tax classifications or utilization of alternate revenue
strategies are just a few ways in which businesses can profit and
reinvest. The Village has worked with over twenty-five (25) local
industrial companies in obtaining Cook County 6B Tax Class Status
resulting in over $30 million worth of development for the Village.
Streamwood area offers cusotm homes, townhomes, single family houses, condominiums, duplexes and lofts in many beautiful neighborhoods and subdivisions. Among the most popular Streamwood subdivisions are Arlingdale Lake, Aspen Trails, Autumn Chase, Bartlett Lane, Bellaire, Bristol Hills, Brookside, Buckingham Woods, Canterbury, Castlewood Estates, Commons Of Surrey Woods, Concord Station, Creekside, Cross Creek, Emerald Hills, Fair Oaks, Forest Ridge, Glenbrook, Hampton Oaks, Hillbrook, Hilltop, Jacobs Farm, Lakewood Streams, Laurel Oaks, Little Creek Farm, Manors Of Oak Knoll, Marquette Woods, Montaque Forest, Moraine Woods, Nature Homes, New England Village, Oak Knoll, Oak Ridge Trails, Oaks At Hidden Glen, Prairie Pointe, Prospect Place, Robinwoods, Rolling Hills, Sarasota Trails, Scarsdale Estates, Settlers Lake, Settlers Lake West, Shannon Court, Sherwood Forest, South Gate Manor, Southwicke On Sutton, Sterling Oaks, Streamwood Green, Suncrest, Suncrest II, Suncrest III, Suncrest West, Surrey Meadows, Surrey Woods, Sussex Square, The Highlands, The Meadows, The Meadows East, The Meadows South, The Oaks, The Oaks Of Hidden Glen, Tiffany Place, Victorian Park, Westgate Estates, Whispering Ponds, Wildberry, Williams Place, Williamsburg, Willow Pond, Windsor Place, Woodland Heights, Woodlands.