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1,358 Apartments for rent in Hanover Park, IL

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1700 Ontarioville Rd
Hanover Park, IL
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1 Bedroom
$1,038
672 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,244
895 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 12:02 AM
Various sized apartments with granite surfaces and hardwood floors. The pet-friendly community has a gym, pool and BBQ area. Next to a train station for easy access to Chicago and beyond.
1 Unit Available
1300 Bamburg Court
1300 Bamburg Court
Hanover Park, IL
2 Bedrooms
$1,400
943 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 4 at 04:18 AM
GREAT LOCATION! Right near Route 20, and less than two miles from the Hanover Park Metra station. Two-bedroom, one bath second floor condo with washer/dryer in unit and tons of closet space.
1 Unit Available
5527 Delmonte Drive
5527 Delmonte Drive
Hanover Park, IL
2 Bedrooms
$1,275
833 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 04:18 AM
Ready to rent 2 Bedroom townhouse with your own fenced backyard, New laminated flooring, Installed New Recessed Lights and Switches, New Paint through out, Kitchen with SS Appliances, Updated bathroom and 2 car Garage..
1 Unit Available
1303 Kingsbury Drive
1303 Kingsbury Drive
Hanover Park, IL
2 Bedrooms
$1,250
675 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 04:18 AM
Ranch with 1 car garage in Schaumburg schoold district 54! Newer items include: Furnace & AC 2018, Refrigerator 2018, HWH 2014, Washer/dryer 2014. Laminate floors in LR, hall and bedrooms. You'll love having a separate entrance too!
1 Unit Available
1734 Whitney Drive
1734 Whitney Drive
Hanover Park, IL
3 Bedrooms
$1,650
1185 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 04:18 AM
Available RIGHT NOW for immediate move in! Freshly painted and updated, it is ready for you. End unit featuring modern decor with 3 bedrooms, garage, laundry in unit, private entry, and your own yard with a shed too.
1 Unit Available
1672 Tanglewood Avenue
1672 Tanglewood Avenue
Hanover Park, IL
2 Bedrooms
$1,250
900 sqft
Last updated March 5 at 03:35 AM
Village Has Crime Free Requirement ...Owner prefers 2 Year Lease !!!Solid Brick 2 Flat offers 2 Bedroom Garden Unit for Rent!! Gorgeously Updated!! All Stainless Steel Appliances!! Washer & Dryer in Building!! Ample Parking!! Min Credit of 650...
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1 Unit Available
341 Wisteria Drive
341 Wisteria Drive
Streamwood, IL
2 Bedrooms
$1,525
1133 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 04:45 AM
Nice 2-bedroom end unit Townhome with wood laminate and ceramic floors, vaulted ceiling, attached one care garage, fireplace, patio, and in-unit laundry including washer/dryer! Walk-in closet in master bedroom. 2 pets allowed.
1 Unit Available
2791 Glasgow Court
2791 Glasgow Court
Schaumburg, IL | Golden Corridor
2 Bedrooms
$1,695
1200 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 04:19 AM
LOOK NO FURTHER! SPACIOUS TWO BEDROOM CONDO WITH PRIVATE ONE CAR GARAGE CENTRALLY LOCATED NEAR SCHAUMBURG & BARRINGTON ROADS. FAMILY ROOM WITH VAULTED CEILINGS, BALCONY, FIREPLACE, OPEN KITCHEN W/ STAINLESS STEEL APPLIANCES.
1 Unit Available
1820 Grove Avenue
1820 Grove Avenue
Schaumburg, IL | Golden Corridor
2 Bedrooms
$1,600
1259 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 04:18 AM
Terrific Schaumburg townhome. Both bedrooms each have a private full bath, stainless steel appliances in kitchen, hardwood floors on both levels, patio, second floor laundry, garage plus additional parking. Metra and 390 just a few minutes away.
1 Unit Available
1925 Grove Avenue
1925 Grove Avenue
Schaumburg, IL | Golden Corridor
2 Bedrooms
$1,725
1300 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 04:18 AM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at 1925 Grove Avenue in Schaumburg. View photos, descriptions and more!
1 Unit Available
185 Rita Court
185 Rita Court
Bartlett, IL
3 Bedrooms
$1,900
980 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 04:18 AM
Completed rehabbing!!! Commuter's Dream! Beautiful/updated 3 bedroom, 1 bath with attached garage home is conveniently located in the Heart of Down Town Bartlett very close to Metra train station. Stainless Steel Appliances, Granite Countertop.
1 Unit Available
188 Robert Court
188 Robert Court
Bartlett, IL
2 Bedrooms
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3 Bedrooms
$1,900
1000 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 04:18 AM
On process of rehabbing completions!!! Excellent School District. Rarely available 3 BR unit in Bartlett Green. Cabinet Kitchen with eating area and access to deck. New hot water heater. Newer "in unit" washer & dryer. Newer carpeting.
1 Unit Available
121 Dorshire Court
121 Dorshire Court
Schaumburg, IL | Towne Place
3 Bedrooms
$2,100
1700 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 04:18 AM
Please note :New stainless steel stove on order!! Townhome will be professionally cleaned and touched up before move-in! Ever popular Towne Place West! Rare 3 bedroom 2 story unit with 2 car garage! Pretty laminate floors on first level, and newer
1 Unit Available
329 Joan Court
329 Joan Court
Bartlett, IL
2 Bedrooms
$1,450
1000 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 04:18 AM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at 329 Joan Court in Bartlett. View photos, descriptions and more!
1 Unit Available
1827 West Weathersfield Way
1827 West Weathersfield Way
Schaumburg, IL | Golden Corridor
3 Bedrooms
$2,000
1210 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 04:18 AM
Great location! Great schools! Updated ranch with beautiful yard! Wood flooring in Kitchen. Remodeled bathrooms. Large eat-in kitchen. Tons of natural light. Brick patio. Attached garage. Extra long driveway. Don't miss this one!
1 Unit Available
1447 Big Horn Trl
1447 Big Horn Trail
Carol Stream, IL
3 Bedrooms
$1,600
1292 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 04:17 AM
Newly renovated with modern finishes and convenient features, this home is sure to meet and exceed all of the items on your wish list! The hardwood laminate floors throughout are durable and easy to clean, so you can spend less time cleaning and
1 Unit Available
1295 Woodlake Dr
1295 Woodlake Drive
Carol Stream, IL
3 Bedrooms
$1,650
1110 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 04:17 AM
If you are looking for a maintenance-free home that is perfectly move-in ready, including new paint, carpet, and appliances, look no further! This townhome features an attached garage for added convenience, saving you the trouble of having to scrape
1 Unit Available
718 Rodenburg Rd Apt 305
718 Rodenburg Road
Roselle, IL
1 Bedroom
$1,150
750 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 3 at 11:35 AM
All remodeled, cozy 3rd floor 1BR/1BA condo w/ balcony overlooking pond. Newer plank flooring, fresh paint, newer white cabinets and quartz countertops. Large living room and eating area. Large bedroom with 2 closets.
1 Unit Available
327 Newport Lane, A2
327 Newport Lane
Bartlett, IL
2 Bedrooms
$1,350
1100 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 08:07 AM
2 bedroom, 2 bathroom house in Bartlett. Rent includes Sewer/Trash. Tenant pays for other utilities. Best School district. Very close to Metra Station.
1 Unit Available
367 Hunterdon Court
367 Hunterdon Court
Schaumburg, IL | Red Rock
2 Bedrooms
$1,495
1200 sqft
Last updated April 4 at 06:17 AM
Available April 1st. No pets! Beautiful 2 bedroom, 2.5 bath 2 story townhouse in great location. Hardwood floors throughout. Very nice kitchen with corian countertops. Master suite with private bath. All baths are nicely updated.
1 Unit Available
130 S Hale Avenue
130 South Hale Avenue
Bartlett, IL
2 Bedrooms
$1,450
1090 sqft
Last updated May 4 at 10:35 AM
Close to Schools, parks, expressway, and shopping. Great Bartlett School district. Fenced in the back yard. Remodeled and updated. Clean open basement with a sump pump.
1 Unit Available
383 WEXFORD Court
383 Wexford Court
Carol Stream, IL
2 Bedrooms
$1,650
1232 sqft
Last updated March 20 at 05:30 AM
Top Notch rental with all the bells & whistles! This end unit has soaring vaulted ceilings, skylights, 2 sided fireplace & a master bedroom suite with walk-in closet & updated bath! Great kitchen with loads of cabinets, solid surface counters,
1 Unit Available
1979 Gary Court Unit B
1979 Gary Court
Schaumburg, IL
2 Bedrooms
$1,595
1300 sqft
Last updated June 1 at 09:40 AM
Schaumburg Two Bed Two Bath First Floor Condo with Garage - Great location and nice floor plan. Two beds, two full baths. Large family room with laminate wood flooring. Separate kitchen and eating area.
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12 Units Available
The Flats at Gladstone
148 Gladstone Drive #101
Glendale Heights, IL
2 Bedrooms
$1,300
873 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 04:35 AM
Your perfect home is waiting for you at The Flats at Gladstone. Our Glendale Heights, IL, apartments come in 2-bedroom floor plans, giving you the freedom to choose the right space for you.
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Apartment Rentals in Hanover Park start at $1,000/month.
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While some Hanover Park properties may not allow visitors at this time, most are open for business by phone or email. Please reach out to them directly for virtual touring options. Additionally, some properties may offer video and 3D tours, which can be found on the listing details page.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Hanover Park. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Wheaton College, Concordia University-Chicago, College of DuPage, North Central College, and Dominican University.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Hanover Park. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Wheaton College, Concordia University-Chicago, College of DuPage, North Central College, and Dominican University.

City Guide

Hanover Park
Fun Fact: This Chicago suburb has the youngest population north of the big city.
Fun Fact: This Chicago suburb has the youngest population north of the big city.

What makes Hanover Park unique? The average resident age is only 32! Commuter trains make it easy to work in the city, and O’Hare International Airport is just a few minutes away. From the safe, cozy Hanover Park community, you can easily enjoy the benefits of being close to Chicago without the hassles of extreme urban living.

Small Town Values

Have you ever heard the phrase “it takes a village to raise a child”? In Hanover Park, residents take this literally. While there are nearly 38,000 people living in Hanover Park, it feels like a small town – in fact, residents call it a village. However, the close proximity to Chicago means that there are plenty of opportunities to enjoy grown-up fun. Economically, Hanover Park is doing really well – average income is going up, which is always a good thing.

Small Town Values
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Have you ever heard the phrase “it takes a village to raise a child”? In Hanover Park, residents take this literally. While there are nearly 38,000 people living in Hanover Park, it feels like a small town – in fact, residents call it a village. However, the close proximity to Chicago means that there are plenty of opportunities to enjoy grown-up fun. Economically, Hanover Park is doing really well – average income is going up, which is always a good thing.

The Neighborhoods of Hanover Park

Hanover Park meets all of the qualifications of suburban living at its best. In some cities, enjoying all of the amenities of this area would be out of reach for average people. Luckily, in Hanover Park, there is something for everyone – neighborhoods that cater to college students and areas more suited to the urban sophisticate.

County Farm Road/West Lake Street Area: If you can fit into a studio rental or just a single bedroom, the County Farm Road/West Lake Street area offers great potential. You can get an apartment at a reasonable rental price, giving you access to all of the benefits of Hanover Park living without wreaking havoc on your budget. Better still, there are plenty of vacancies. Many of the folks in this neighborhood are here temporarily, as college students or passing through on their way to one of the other Hanover Park neighborhoods.  

Greenbrook Boulevard/County Farm Road Area: The Greenbrook Boulevard and County Farm Road neighborhood strikes the perfect balance between urban excitement and small-town community. Reasonable prices on a wide variety of rental properties, from studio apartments to townhouses to single family homes, make the area a win for everyone. Unfortunately, many people think this neighborhood is their ideal home, so it is pretty hard to find a place that is available when you need it. Frankly, once people move here, they just don’t leave. As soon as you know your relocation plans, start looking at apartments for rent. Make sure your application is top-notch and your references impeccable.

Irving Park Road/Northway Drive Area: Though it is tough to find a home for rent, those that do consider themselves lucky. In this neighborhood, you can enjoy lots of space at great prices. This area has a variety of people living here, including college students, families, and retirees. You are likely to find yourself in a row house, which is pretty special – this architecture sets the neighborhood apart. 

Ontarioville Road/West Lake Street Area: If your style is lots of new construction, you’ll find your niche around Ontario Road and West Lake Street. While there are lots of single family homes, there are still a solid number of city apartments for rent at affordable prices. Part of this neighborhood’s charm is the prevalence of row houses, which gives the area a distinctive look.

Schick: The fact is that the idyllic Hanover Park lifestyle comes with a hefty price tag if you want to live in Schick. Living in this neighborhood is not inexpensive. However, lots of people seem to think Schick is worth it, because there aren’t many apartments for rent. Most residences are single family homes, owner-occupied, with three or more bedrooms. If you can come up with the cash and find a place, you’ll love living in Schick.

Village Center: If you need to be right in the thick of things, head straight for the Village Center. It is as urban as you are going to get without jumping into serious city living. You can live in an apartment complex or find a single family rental home – either way, the price is reasonable, and there are plenty of places available. Lots of folks bike the city – even to work and back – which is great if you want to go green or get rid of that spare tire around your middle. 

Chicago is one of the greatest metropolises in the world, but let’s face it – it has its drawbacks. Those that want to enjoy the best of Chicago without the less appealing bits make their home in the cozy neighborhoods of suburbs like Hanover Park.  

The Neighborhoods of Hanover Park
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Hanover Park meets all of the qualifications of suburban living at its best. In some cities, enjoying all of the amenities of this area would be out of reach for average people. Luckily, in Hanover Park, there is something for everyone – neighborhoods that cater to college students and areas more suited to the urban sophisticate.

County Farm Road/West Lake Street Area: If you can fit into a studio rental or just a single bedroom, the County Farm Road/West Lake Street area offers great potential. You can get an apartment at a reasonable rental price, giving you access to all of the benefits of Hanover Park living without wreaking havoc on your budget. Better still, there are plenty of vacancies. Many of the folks in this neighborhood are here temporarily, as college students or passing through on their way to one of the other Hanover Park neighborhoods.  

Greenbrook Boulevard/County Farm Road Area: The Greenbrook Boulevard and County Farm Road neighborhood strikes the perfect balance between urban excitement and small-town community. Reasonable prices on a wide variety of rental properties, from studio apartments to townhouses to single family homes, make the area a win for everyone. Unfortunately, many people think this neighborhood is their ideal home, so it is pretty hard to find a place that is available when you need it. Frankly, once people move here, they just don’t leave. As soon as you know your relocation plans, start looking at apartments for rent. Make sure your application is top-notch and your references impeccable.

Irving Park Road/Northway Drive Area: Though it is tough to find a home for rent, those that do consider themselves lucky. In this neighborhood, you can enjoy lots of space at great prices. This area has a variety of people living here, including college students, families, and retirees. You are likely to find yourself in a row house, which is pretty special – this architecture sets the neighborhood apart. 

Ontarioville Road/West Lake Street Area: If your style is lots of new construction, you’ll find your niche around Ontario Road and West Lake Street. While there are lots of single family homes, there are still a solid number of city apartments for rent at affordable prices. Part of this neighborhood’s charm is the prevalence of row houses, which gives the area a distinctive look.

Schick: The fact is that the idyllic Hanover Park lifestyle comes with a hefty price tag if you want to live in Schick. Living in this neighborhood is not inexpensive. However, lots of people seem to think Schick is worth it, because there aren’t many apartments for rent. Most residences are single family homes, owner-occupied, with three or more bedrooms. If you can come up with the cash and find a place, you’ll love living in Schick.

Village Center: If you need to be right in the thick of things, head straight for the Village Center. It is as urban as you are going to get without jumping into serious city living. You can live in an apartment complex or find a single family rental home – either way, the price is reasonable, and there are plenty of places available. Lots of folks bike the city – even to work and back – which is great if you want to go green or get rid of that spare tire around your middle. 

Chicago is one of the greatest metropolises in the world, but let’s face it – it has its drawbacks. Those that want to enjoy the best of Chicago without the less appealing bits make their home in the cozy neighborhoods of suburbs like Hanover Park.  

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City Guide

Hanover Park
Fun Fact: This Chicago suburb has the youngest population north of the big city.
Fun Fact: This Chicago suburb has the youngest population north of the big city.

What makes Hanover Park unique? The average resident age is only 32! Commuter trains make it easy to work in the city, and O’Hare International Airport is just a few minutes away. From the safe, cozy Hanover Park community, you can easily enjoy the benefits of being close to Chicago without the hassles of extreme urban living.

Small Town Values

Have you ever heard the phrase “it takes a village to raise a child”? In Hanover Park, residents take this literally. While there are nearly 38,000 people living in Hanover Park, it feels like a small town – in fact, residents call it a village. However, the close proximity to Chicago means that there are plenty of opportunities to enjoy grown-up fun. Economically, Hanover Park is doing really well – average income is going up, which is always a good thing.

Small Town Values
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Have you ever heard the phrase “it takes a village to raise a child”? In Hanover Park, residents take this literally. While there are nearly 38,000 people living in Hanover Park, it feels like a small town – in fact, residents call it a village. However, the close proximity to Chicago means that there are plenty of opportunities to enjoy grown-up fun. Economically, Hanover Park is doing really well – average income is going up, which is always a good thing.

The Neighborhoods of Hanover Park

Hanover Park meets all of the qualifications of suburban living at its best. In some cities, enjoying all of the amenities of this area would be out of reach for average people. Luckily, in Hanover Park, there is something for everyone – neighborhoods that cater to college students and areas more suited to the urban sophisticate.

County Farm Road/West Lake Street Area: If you can fit into a studio rental or just a single bedroom, the County Farm Road/West Lake Street area offers great potential. You can get an apartment at a reasonable rental price, giving you access to all of the benefits of Hanover Park living without wreaking havoc on your budget. Better still, there are plenty of vacancies. Many of the folks in this neighborhood are here temporarily, as college students or passing through on their way to one of the other Hanover Park neighborhoods.  

Greenbrook Boulevard/County Farm Road Area: The Greenbrook Boulevard and County Farm Road neighborhood strikes the perfect balance between urban excitement and small-town community. Reasonable prices on a wide variety of rental properties, from studio apartments to townhouses to single family homes, make the area a win for everyone. Unfortunately, many people think this neighborhood is their ideal home, so it is pretty hard to find a place that is available when you need it. Frankly, once people move here, they just don’t leave. As soon as you know your relocation plans, start looking at apartments for rent. Make sure your application is top-notch and your references impeccable.

Irving Park Road/Northway Drive Area: Though it is tough to find a home for rent, those that do consider themselves lucky. In this neighborhood, you can enjoy lots of space at great prices. This area has a variety of people living here, including college students, families, and retirees. You are likely to find yourself in a row house, which is pretty special – this architecture sets the neighborhood apart. 

Ontarioville Road/West Lake Street Area: If your style is lots of new construction, you’ll find your niche around Ontario Road and West Lake Street. While there are lots of single family homes, there are still a solid number of city apartments for rent at affordable prices. Part of this neighborhood’s charm is the prevalence of row houses, which gives the area a distinctive look.

Schick: The fact is that the idyllic Hanover Park lifestyle comes with a hefty price tag if you want to live in Schick. Living in this neighborhood is not inexpensive. However, lots of people seem to think Schick is worth it, because there aren’t many apartments for rent. Most residences are single family homes, owner-occupied, with three or more bedrooms. If you can come up with the cash and find a place, you’ll love living in Schick.

Village Center: If you need to be right in the thick of things, head straight for the Village Center. It is as urban as you are going to get without jumping into serious city living. You can live in an apartment complex or find a single family rental home – either way, the price is reasonable, and there are plenty of places available. Lots of folks bike the city – even to work and back – which is great if you want to go green or get rid of that spare tire around your middle. 

Chicago is one of the greatest metropolises in the world, but let’s face it – it has its drawbacks. Those that want to enjoy the best of Chicago without the less appealing bits make their home in the cozy neighborhoods of suburbs like Hanover Park.  

The Neighborhoods of Hanover Park
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Hanover Park meets all of the qualifications of suburban living at its best. In some cities, enjoying all of the amenities of this area would be out of reach for average people. Luckily, in Hanover Park, there is something for everyone – neighborhoods that cater to college students and areas more suited to the urban sophisticate.

County Farm Road/West Lake Street Area: If you can fit into a studio rental or just a single bedroom, the County Farm Road/West Lake Street area offers great potential. You can get an apartment at a reasonable rental price, giving you access to all of the benefits of Hanover Park living without wreaking havoc on your budget. Better still, there are plenty of vacancies. Many of the folks in this neighborhood are here temporarily, as college students or passing through on their way to one of the other Hanover Park neighborhoods.  

Greenbrook Boulevard/County Farm Road Area: The Greenbrook Boulevard and County Farm Road neighborhood strikes the perfect balance between urban excitement and small-town community. Reasonable prices on a wide variety of rental properties, from studio apartments to townhouses to single family homes, make the area a win for everyone. Unfortunately, many people think this neighborhood is their ideal home, so it is pretty hard to find a place that is available when you need it. Frankly, once people move here, they just don’t leave. As soon as you know your relocation plans, start looking at apartments for rent. Make sure your application is top-notch and your references impeccable.

Irving Park Road/Northway Drive Area: Though it is tough to find a home for rent, those that do consider themselves lucky. In this neighborhood, you can enjoy lots of space at great prices. This area has a variety of people living here, including college students, families, and retirees. You are likely to find yourself in a row house, which is pretty special – this architecture sets the neighborhood apart. 

Ontarioville Road/West Lake Street Area: If your style is lots of new construction, you’ll find your niche around Ontario Road and West Lake Street. While there are lots of single family homes, there are still a solid number of city apartments for rent at affordable prices. Part of this neighborhood’s charm is the prevalence of row houses, which gives the area a distinctive look.

Schick: The fact is that the idyllic Hanover Park lifestyle comes with a hefty price tag if you want to live in Schick. Living in this neighborhood is not inexpensive. However, lots of people seem to think Schick is worth it, because there aren’t many apartments for rent. Most residences are single family homes, owner-occupied, with three or more bedrooms. If you can come up with the cash and find a place, you’ll love living in Schick.

Village Center: If you need to be right in the thick of things, head straight for the Village Center. It is as urban as you are going to get without jumping into serious city living. You can live in an apartment complex or find a single family rental home – either way, the price is reasonable, and there are plenty of places available. Lots of folks bike the city – even to work and back – which is great if you want to go green or get rid of that spare tire around your middle. 

Chicago is one of the greatest metropolises in the world, but let’s face it – it has its drawbacks. Those that want to enjoy the best of Chicago without the less appealing bits make their home in the cozy neighborhoods of suburbs like Hanover Park.