September 24, 2020

Community Spotlight: Lombard, IL

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Welcome Home at Lombard, IL

 

Welcome to Lombard, the home of Century Moving!

Lombard, known as “The Lilac Village”, honoring Colonel Plum’s lilacs at his bequeathed park, is a long-standing community that is friendly for both residents and businesses.  Lombard is rich in history, tradition, and innovation.  This suburb was part of the underground railroad at the Sheldon Peck Homestead, was previously known as “Babcock’s Grove”, and was the residence of Ellen Martin, the first Illinois female voter.

Vintage homes, new construction, multi-unit dwellings, senior living communities provide a place to fit everyone’s style. There are many restaurants in Lombard, with a variety of cuisine, easy access to highways, and walking and biking paths.  Commuting is convenient with a train station stop. Many small business owners live and work in Lombard  Past Mayor, Bill Mueller, said, “Lombard is good for business and business is good for Lombard”.  Businesses will find networking opportunities and many benefits through the Lombard Area Chamber of Commerce.

Contact your Realtor® to find a home in Lombard and contact Century Moving to store your goods or move you in!  Contact us at 630-889-2700 with questions about moving or to learn more about making your home or business in our community!

According to City-data.com(2020), the population was around 43,700, with a median age of about 39 years, median household income of about $77,500, and cost of living index of nearly 104 (the U.S. average is 100).  The median gross rent in 2017 was $1339. (City-data.com, 2020).

 

 

 

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September 24, 2020

Community Spotlight: Lombard, IL

pexels photo 2343466

 

Welcome Home at Lombard, IL

 

Welcome to Lombard, the home of Century Moving!

Lombard, known as “The Lilac Village”, honoring Colonel Plum’s lilacs at his bequeathed park, is a long-standing community that is friendly for both residents and businesses.  Lombard is rich in history, tradition, and innovation.  This suburb was part of the underground railroad at the Sheldon Peck Homestead, was previously known as “Babcock’s Grove”, and was the residence of Ellen Martin, the first Illinois female voter.

Vintage homes, new construction, multi-unit dwellings, senior living communities provide a place to fit everyone’s style. There are many restaurants in Lombard, with a variety of cuisine, easy access to highways, and walking and biking paths.  Commuting is convenient with a train station stop. Many small business owners live and work in Lombard  Past Mayor, Bill Mueller, said, “Lombard is good for business and business is good for Lombard”.  Businesses will find networking opportunities and many benefits through the Lombard Area Chamber of Commerce.

Contact your Realtor® to find a home in Lombard and contact Century Moving to store your goods or move you in!  Contact us at 630-889-2700 with questions about moving or to learn more about making your home or business in our community!

According to City-data.com(2020), the population was around 43,700, with a median age of about 39 years, median household income of about $77,500, and cost of living index of nearly 104 (the U.S. average is 100).  The median gross rent in 2017 was $1339. (City-data.com, 2020).