Furnished Corporate Housing in Chicago
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3 Months or Longer – from $130/night
nearby housing in:
Arlington Heights – Bolingbrook – Chicago – Crystal Lake – Downers Grove – Elgin
Evanston – Lincolnshire – Lisle – Naperville – Orland Park – Schaumburg – Waukegan – Wheaton
Chicago, Illinois is a huge metropolis, the third largest in the country with a population of almost 2.8 million. Located on the shores of Lake Michigan south of Milwaukee and north of Indianapolis, it is both a social, cultural and economic powerhouse.
Chicago is an international center for finance, culture, commerce, industry, technology, telecommunications and transportation. Famous for its skyline as well as the companies that call it home, it has one of the busiest airports in the world as well as a center for rail freight.
Corporate housing in Chicago is mainly furnished apartments and condominiums. Most are purpose-built, high end developments but there are some high specification rentals in converted buildings. Thanks to the diversity of architecture in the city, there is all kinds of property to rent here.
Employment in Chicago
Chicago is regarded as having the most balanced economy in the country and the third largest domestic output. A center for business and commerce as well as manufacturing, printing, media and processing, the city as a relatively low unemployment rate as a result.
Major employers in Chicago include Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, Allstate Corporation, Anixter, Archer Daniels Midland, Baxter, CNA Insurance, Conagra Brands, Coyote Logistics, Exelon, Hyatt Hotels, Ingredion, LKQ, LSC Communications, Northern Trust, Tenneco, The Kraft Heinz Company, Ulta Beauty, US Foods, Walgreens, Boeing Co., United Continental Holdings Inc., Sears Holdings Corp., Cancer Treatment Centers of America, Discover Financial Services, Mondelez International, Ferrara Candy Company, McDonald’s, Quaker Oats and ConAgra.
Medical centers in Chicago include Rush-Copley Medical Center, UChicago Medicine, University of Illinois Hospital & Health Sciences System, Northwestern Memorial Hospital, Presence Resurrection Medical Center and Advocate Christ Medical Center.
Getting around Chicago
Chicago has two airports, O’Hare International Airport (ORD) and Midway International Airport (MDW). Both are a few miles outside of the city but commutable by light rail from CTA.
Greyhound, Coach USA, Burlington Trailways, Indian Trails, Megabus and Turimex Internacional all run buses into the city. Local bus services are run by The Chicago Transit Authority (CTA). CTA also runs light rail while Metra run the commuter trains from the suburbs. Pace also run commuter buses to and from the suburbs.
Chicago Union Station is referred to as the rail capital of the US and runs multiple services for commuters and visitors.
Roads are plentiful but get very busy, especially downtown. Routes include I-55 (the Stevenson Expressway), I-90/94 (the Dan Ryan), Bishop Ford Freeway I-94, I-80, I-88, I-355, I-294, US-41, I-55 and I-290. The layout is logical like most US cities so finding your way round should be a breeze.
Alternatively, why not try the Chicago Water Taxi or Shoreline Sightseeing for a slower commute?
If you can imagine it, you’ll find it in Chicago. The city is huge, ever growing, energetic, cosmopolitan, culturally diverse and forward looking. All combine to make it a very cool city to visit and work. The Waterfront areas are definitely worth a visit!
Neighborhoods of Chicago include Albany Park, Andersonville, Avondale, Beverly, Boystown, Bridgeport, Bronzeville, Bucktown, Chinatown, Edgewater, Gold Coast, Humboldt Park, Hyde Park, Irving Park, Jefferson Park, Kenwood, Lakeview, Lincoln Park, Lincoln Square, Little Italy & University Village, Little Village, Logan Square, Loop, Magnificent Mile, North Center, North Park, Old Town, Pilsen, Portage Park, Pullman, River North, Rogers Park, Roscoe Village, South Loop, South Shore, Streeterville, Uptown, West Loop, West Ridge, West Town, Wicker Park / Bucktown and Wrigleyville.
Highlights of Chicago include Lake Michigan, Navy Pier, Millennium Park, Goodman Theatre in the Loop; the Steppenwolf Theatre Company and Victory Gardens Theater in Lincoln Park, the Chicago Shakespeare Theater at Navy Pier, Lollapalooza, Broadway In Chicago, The Chicago Symphony Orchestra, The Joffrey Ballet and Chicago Festival Ballet, Chicago Dance Crash, Chicago Blues Festival, Chicago Bulls, Chicago Bears and The University of Chicago and Northwestern University.
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