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227 Apartments for rent in Glenview, IL

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Last updated January 22 at 10:34pm UTC
920 Juniper Road
Glenview, IL
Updated January 3 at 11:47am UTC
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1104 Castilian Court
Glenview, IL
Updated January 3 at 11:45am UTC
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3115 Lake Avenue
Gross Point
Wilmette, IL
Updated January 3 at 11:43am UTC
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1920 CHESTNUT Avenue
Glenview, IL
Updated January 3 at 11:47am UTC
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1806 CHESTNUT Avenue
Glenview, IL
Updated January 7 at 4:32am UTC
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Glenview, IL
Updated January 22 at 1:26am UTC
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Morton Grove, IL
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Prospect Heights, IL
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Mount Prospect, IL
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1926 Beaumont Place
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Glenview, IL
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City Guide
Moving to Glenview

You’ll want to start your search for apartment homes in Glenview early. Three bedroom houses for rent are sought after here. There’s a strong mix of owner-occupied and rental properties. It’s a stable community, and it boasts scores of activities from Fourth of July celebrations to snowmen competitions.

Commutes to work can be long -- an average of thirty minutes -- with commuters often using their own automobiles, although public transit is viable and readily available.

If you are looking for a small, sophisticated town with easy access to a major metropolitan area and access to public transportation, Glenview will suit you well. With historic properties, a great park system, and walkable master communities, Glenview has a wide range of living options to suit every need.

It's always a good idea to call rental properties before you visit, which help you find out both availability and price range in the areas you’ll be searching. Glenview is quite walkable, but you'll save time with a phone call or two. Youll want to find out which type of apartment homes are available in which community. All of Glenview offers three bedroom houses for rent, apartment complexes, and condominiums. You'll also want to look at the different property types available, as some will have assets you may not consider initially. For example, you may find apartments or town houses with paid utilities, while houses will give you more land and lawn but require full utility payment. Check out the historic options and planned communities within Glenview, too.


Glenview Village Center: Urban in nature and urbane in character, youll find small apartment complexes, single family homes, and high rises during your apartment search. You may even find all utilities paid apartments in planned developments such as The Glen. Properties range in age from 1940's era to 1999. Vacancies are low. Many residents work locally, and have less than thirty minutes of commuting time.

Northfield Woods: Small apartment complexes, single family homes, and a solid mix of owners and renters reside here in housing that was built primarily after 1970. This is a quiet and peaceful neighborhood.

Waukegan Rd / Ammer Ridge Ct.: Urban based on density, youll find this Glenview neighborhood with newer residences built from 1970 to the present. Many attached homes are located here.

Sussex Ln / Crestwood Dr: Less densely concentrated than other Glenview neighborhoods, this suburban real estate community is primarily owner occupied, so youll need to look carefully to find a rental property here. Many residents commute into Chicago, either in private autos or by public transportation, making for a fairly substantial commute of up to 45 minutes on average.

The View from Glenview

One of the oldest neighborhoods in town, the Park began as a religious society in 1894, dedicated to the New Church, and owned by its members. Each member had forty acres of land, and their residences were built in a circle around a common area. The mission: love and kindness and character building.

The Heart of The Glen

The Naval Air Station in Glenview once hosted Coast Guard missions for the Lake Michigan area. As a site for naval air training, Glenview certified pilots and enlisted men who would be serving on carriers were trained on a reconstructed mock carrier deck. This impressive history of service isn’t forgotten, but today, the control tower has been converted to shops – it’s a part of The Glen Town Center, which is the heart of The Glen, a development that makes up about fifteen percent of Glenview itself. It houses offices, shops, and residences, as well as a lake, hiking and biking trails and golf courses. Also at this location: the Kohl Childrens Museum, a community funded, hands-on venue with exhibits ranging from car care to cooking.

The job market is strong here, with major facilities that house companies as diverse as Avon, Kraft Foods, and Illinois Tool Works. Non-profits are big here too, youll find the General Board of Pension and Health Benefits of The United Methodist Church.

Out and About in Glenview

The Glenview Park District offers residents outdoor pools, an ice rink, two golf courses, a tennis club, and the impressive Grove National Historic Landmark. They administer outdoor sledding runs for snow season.The Park Center is a multi-purpose community center, located in the heart of The Glen on Lake Glenview. With an indoor pool, a health and fitness center and senior center, this year round, all-weather facility covers all the bases. Sports and arts programs are both held here.

The Grove National Historic Landmark is a prairie area with an interpretive center, nature trails, and the home of Robert Kennicott, built in the 1830s.Designated a national Historic Landmark, both the land and home are valuable assets to the community.Wagner Farm is another park property - eighteen acres of an historic, working, preserved farm once owned by early German settlers Johann and Katharina Wagner, the farm today provides hands-on activities such as horseback riding, tractor driving, and a Farmers Market every June through October.While the very active parks district can’t control the wildlife, its green space does nurture it, and the outcome is that owls, geese, mallard ducks, and other migratory birds thrive here.