October 8, 2020

Community Spotlight: Naperville, IL

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Moving to Award-Winning Naperville, IL?

Naperville, nearing 150,000 residents, ranks among top cities for starting out on your own, working individuals, raising children, and retirement. From your first walk down the Riverwalk, shopping downtown, eating at one of the many restaurants, to working in one of the office complexes; you will enjoy the many features of Naperville where there is something for everyone. Contact your Realtor® to find a home in the historic district near North Central College, multi-unit complex near the train station, or new construction in town or on a large parcel.

You can work, live and play in this city. Many businesses are established in Naperville  such as small entrepreneurships, technology firms, large corporations, and Edward Hospital.  Cultural resources abound for adults and children through art galleries, the DuPage Children’s Museum, Naper Settlement, concert halls, Centennial Beach, and theaters.

According to City-data.com(2020), the population was around 147,700, with a median age of about 39 years, median household income of about $126,000, and cost of living index of nearly 103 (the U.S. average is 100).  The median gross rent in 2017 was $1454. (City-data.com, 2020).

 

 

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October 8, 2020

Community Spotlight: Naperville, IL

depositphotos 8711701 stock photo large luxury brick home

Moving to Award-Winning Naperville, IL?

Naperville, nearing 150,000 residents, ranks among top cities for starting out on your own, working individuals, raising children, and retirement. From your first walk down the Riverwalk, shopping downtown, eating at one of the many restaurants, to working in one of the office complexes; you will enjoy the many features of Naperville where there is something for everyone. Contact your Realtor® to find a home in the historic district near North Central College, multi-unit complex near the train station, or new construction in town or on a large parcel.

You can work, live and play in this city. Many businesses are established in Naperville  such as small entrepreneurships, technology firms, large corporations, and Edward Hospital.  Cultural resources abound for adults and children through art galleries, the DuPage Children’s Museum, Naper Settlement, concert halls, Centennial Beach, and theaters.

According to City-data.com(2020), the population was around 147,700, with a median age of about 39 years, median household income of about $126,000, and cost of living index of nearly 103 (the U.S. average is 100).  The median gross rent in 2017 was $1454. (City-data.com, 2020).