We Serve the Greater Chicago North Area
Keyrenter Chicago North has proven to be successful time and time again, which is why we are eager to expand in order to offer our services wherever we can.
We know our strategy works, and we hope each one of our customers can experience that strategy firsthand.
By realizing that each person and property has unique needs, Keyrenter is able to find the right tenants, perform proper maintenance, and much more so you can reap the benefits you deserve.
We currently provide our services to select areas in the Chicago North area but may expand to others down the road.
Cities We Serve
As the largest city by population in Illinois, Chicago has much to offer anyone who visits. In 2012, 46.2 million people traveled to the city to see what all the fuss was about.
People from all over America travel to this metropolis to experience the Windy City’s attractions. They want to sit in the Wrigley Field stadium, watch a comedian at the Chicago Theatre, and taste the cuisine from one of hundreds of noteworthy restaurants. The lucky inhabitants of the city have a lifetime to enjoy all the area has to offer, rather than only a few days.
The city is also a draw for those seeking a bit of culture. People can visit the famous Art Institute of Chicago to enjoy American Gothic pieces. People spend hours touring the Museum of Science and Industry. They frequent the Field Museum to learn about the world’s natural history.
This city was officially established in 1837, with only 4,000 citizens. Now this area has a population of over 2.7 million, and the city is a hub for people of all interests and lifestyles. The cultural diversity has attracted African Americans and Latinos in recent years.
As of 2014, the median household income of the city was $61, 598. This amount is over the median household income in Illinois, and even father over the median income in the United States.
Des Plaines, Illinois, is the perfect place to live for those who love Chicago but do not want to deal with the hassle of living in the big city. This area is a suburb of Chicago, and people can drive to the big city in only half an hour. The town is in close proximity to the O’Hare International Airport, so travel is easier than ever for inhabitants.
As of 2010, the population was a little over 58,000. Though it is a small town, this Illinois suburb is known to offer much nightlife entertainment. People love to visit the Rivers Casino, Countryside Saloon, and Miner Street Tavern. This town is also home to the first McDonald’s. The building has been restored to its original design and architecture. It has been turned into McDonald’s #1 Store Museum and is a fun attraction to anyone looking for an interesting piece of American history.
The town is home to the headquarters of Community Consolidated School District 62, which has eight elementary schools, two middle schools, and one year-round school. Students may also attend Oakton Community College in this area. Des Plaines is a great location for people who want to focus on their family life.
Elk Grove Village
Elk Grove, Illinois is a small village. Elk Grove, Illinois is located in the northeastern part of the state, next to O’Hare International Airport and near the city of Chicago, one of the largest metropolises in the US. Most of the city lies in Cook County, but a small part of it is in DuPage County. In 2010, the population was 33,127. The name is not misleading: the village is actually the home to a little herd of elk that is in a grove at the edge of the Busse Woods preserve, all forest.
In the 1920s, a resident of Montana, named Busse, brought elk to the village, for their native habitat is actually something quite different. For the sake of the elk, the Chicago Zoological Society and the vet staff keep the elk happy. The biologists at the Busse Woods Forest Preserve also help to look after the elk.
Located just north of Chicago, Illinois in Cook County with a population just over 75,000, Evanston is ranked among the top twenty largest cities in Illinois. It’s also part of the North Shore communities that adjoin Lake Michigan, with stunning and picturesque views of the lake. Known for its affluence, diversification and higher education, it’s also home to the highly acclaimed Northwestern University, which is its largest employer. The city grew primarily because of its accessibility by rail to Chicago.
It’s also a very popular filming location and an environmentally sensitive area. The world’s headquarters for Rotary International is located here. It’s the largest first service club organization with over 1.2 million members totaling 33,000 clubs worldwide. It’s a very important city in the North Shore area for creating and maintaining a high quality infrastructure, making it a highly desirable place to live.
Glenview is an affluent suburb in the northeast corner of Illinois not far from Lake Michigan. Considered to be part of the established North shore area, the village is located approximately 18 miles north of downtown Chicago. With a crime rate of less than nine per 1,000 residents, it is one of the safest communities in Illinois.
The village is known for its excellent public education system as in 2014 Business Insider ranked Glenbrook South High School as one of the top 20 public schools in the United States. Elementary School District 225 was the second ranked in the state and 10th in the nation in 2015. This fact alone makes the village an extremely desirable community for families with growing children.
The area on which the village sits has been populated since the 1830s, but wasn’t incorporated until 1899. Much of the area remained farmland until after World War II when developers began to build single family homes. Glenview was also home for decades to a major naval air station from 1923 to 1995 when it was closed. The land on which the air station once stood was renamed The Glen redeveloped for commercial use, offices multi-family housing.
The Village of Lincolnwood, Illinois lies only 10 miles north of Chicago’s downtown and is the gateway to Chicago’s North Shore. The latest Census figures from 2010 show a population then of 12,590. The Village has lovely neighborhoods, 13 parks having a total of 34 acres, excellent schools, and prosperous businesses.
Elementary School District 74 hasTodd Hall for preschoolers to early grade school, Rutledge Hall is elementary, and Lincoln Hall is primarily junior high. Niles West High School is in neighboring Skokie.. Part of the Oakton Community College District, there is a campus only minutes away in Skokie. Very convenient to attend is Northeastern Illinois University and Loyola University in Chicago and Northwestern University in Evanston.
The Recreation Department in Lincolnwood, Illinois operates numerous recreation programs. You will find a community center, an outdoor pool complex, 11 baseball diamonds, nine tennis courts, and more. The county forest preserves are minutes away with bike trails, golfing and picnic areas.
Morton Grove, Illinois, has a wide variety of shopping and eating options, and it also features award-winning parks and schools. You’ll also find miles and miles of Cook County Forest Preserve trails. This town has a population of about 24,000, and the community is close-knit yet diverse, with small town life being strongly supported by commerce and industry.
The community is made up of different ethnicities. There are 58.1% whites, and 29.3% Asians. There are also 7.3% Hispanics. So, whomever you may want to meet in the town, you can be sure to meet in the town. Crime is very low in the town, and there are 58 police officers on duty, so you will be sure to stay safe as you wander the streets of your new home.
The most common industries in the town are manufacturing, retail trade, health care and social services, and transportation. Weather is nice, and there are eight local campuses of colleges with more than 200 students near the town, also, so whatever you need in terms of education, you’re sure to find it. There’s also a very large public library with over 120,000 books.
The village of Niles, Illinois is a suburb about 13 miles northwest of the Chicago Loop, the metro region of the Windy City, in Cook County. The north branch of the Chicago River flows through the eastern part of the township. It was first settled in 1832 by German farmers and officially became incorporated in 1899 with a population of approximately 500. Today, the quaint village is home to an estimated 30,022 people. According to a 1929 edition of the Chicago Tribune, it is believed that its name was taken from the “Niles Register,” a newspaper that was published in the 1820s out of Washington, DC. In 1946, the village became the first to establish a free ambulance service in the state of Illinois.
This friendly Chicago suburban community covers a total area of 5.85 square miles. Located along Milwaukee Avenue, the Golf Mill Shopping Center is the largest in the region. A proud landmark among residents is the Leaning Tower of Niles, a smaller-scale replica of the famous Leaning Tower of Pisa. This landmark is seen in the opening Chicago montage of the popular 1992 comedy “Wayne’s World.” Various concerts covering a wide genre of music are held here throughout the summer months. With beautiful parks, good schools, free public transit and affordable housing, the village are often referred to as one of the best places in Illinois to settle down and raise a family.
Located 14 miles northwest of downtown Chicago, Park Ridge, Illinois is an established, older suburb bordering the Chicago neighborhood of Edison Park and located just minutes from O’Hare International Airport. This popular suburb is near several major highways, making it easily accessible from anywhere in the Chicago metropolitan area. Population is stable with 37,856 residents in 2014, most of which are white, with a small percentage of Asians.
As one of the older suburbs in Illinois, Park Ridge was incorporated as a village in 1873. Most of the homes here were built prior to 1960 and include some large, stately Victorian era residences in the suburb’s older sections. It underwent a building boom in the 1950s when population doubled in size. Homes from this period include a mix of ranch-style residences and expandable brick bungalows. Considered a prime residential community in the Chicago market, the village retains a distinctive small town charm with plenty of parks and mature trees lining the streets that make it popular for families with children. A vast array of architectural styles also gives the village a distinctive air.
This suburb has several claims to fame, with the most recent being the hometown of Hillary Rodham Clinton. The downtown area is home to the Art Deco Pickwick Theater, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Another local landmark is a Civil War memorial in the Maine Township Cemetery at Dee Road and Touhy Avenue.
Rosemont Illinois is a northwest suburb of Chicago, situated in what is sometimes called the Golden Corridor due to its proximity to Chicago O’Hare Airport and several Illinois interstate roadways. The area features stadiums, theaters, entertainment complexes, and a variety of major hotel chains like Marriott, Hyatt, InterContinental Hotels, Hilton and Wyndham. Culligan and US Foods both have company headquarters in the local area. The village’s population is about 4,200 people
Over 82 percent of the adult population of Rosemont Illinois has earned the education level of High School graduate or higher. The village is a choice destination for conventions, trade shows, tourism and entertainment, with a wealth of arenas, theaters and entertainment complexes. It became an incorporated village in 1956, but was inhabited before that.
There are things to do in the area ranging from indoor skydiving to shopping in a variety of fashion outlet shops. There are arena shows, comedy club shows, a weekly flea market, casino entertainment at Rivers Casino in Des Plaines and the Museum of Hummels, featuring a world famous display of Hummel figurines. The village’s proximity to Chicago also gives people options for lakeside entertainment along Lake Michigan, seeing majestic tall ships, visiting the Lincoln Park Zoo, and a variety of parks, museums and a beautiful skyline.
Residents have local area parks that offer opportunities for baseball, soccer, playground areas for kids, swimming pools and the Barry Recreation Center with facilities that include a game room. Residents can also enjoy nature walks, along with special youth activities at Margaret J. Lange park, and organized days out for young people.
This village is also full of ethnic diversity. Whites, Asians, and Latinos make up the largest groups of peoples who reside in this area. The Festival of Cultures is held yearly in the park district to help build stronger ties within this diverse community.
The village of Skokie in Illinois is a classic Chicago suburban area. According to the 2014 US Census, there were 65,112 residents in this village. This village started out in 1888 as “Niles Centre.” In the 1920s, this area experienced a real estate boom, and many apartment buildings and bungalows typical of the Chicago area sprang up. After the Great Depression, this area experienced a second boom once the Baby Boomer generation decided to raise their families in this nice suburban area. It wasn’t until 1940 that this village took its current name, which is actually the word used by Native Americans of the Algonquian tribe to describe “fire.” Native Americans in this region often used fire in the marshy grasslands, typical of this region, to capture game.
There are many spots for recreation, sport, and learning in this village. This village is home to the famous Illinois Holocaust Museum and Education Center, as well as the North Shore Center for the Performing Arts. For those who love shopping, look no further than the Westfield Old Orchard mall; and for those who like relaxation, the Skokie Park District is the place to be. This village also has a symphony orchestra as well as a sculpture garden.
Temperature in this region ranges from around 22 degrees F in the winter, and 77 degrees in the summer.
Neighborhoods We Serve
- Northside of Chicago