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Deerfield IL, 60015
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Deerfield IL, 60015
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Deerfield IL, 60015
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Deerfield IL, 60015
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Deerfield IL, 60090
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Overview of Deerfield
Hailed as the No. 3 Best Place to Raise Kids by BusinessWeek in 2007, Deerfield is a family-friendly community. Nestled in the northern Chicago suburbs, residents enjoy a laidback lifestyle with the big city attractions within close reach. Deerfield thrives under the slogan of “the community that lives and works together,” which showcases the close-knit environment fostered in the area. With a population of approximately 18,000 residents who enjoy contributing to local initiatives, the town has a hometown feeling strongly associated with the Midwest. Look for Deerfield apartments for rent, and find a charming town that promotes family values.
Living in Deerfield, IL
Deerfield was originally settled as Leclair, Illinois, in 1835. The town’s name changed in 1850 to commemorate Deerfield, Massachusetts, when new townships were being formed in Lake County. At that time, Deerfield was home to Lyman Wilmot, whose house served as an important stop on the Underground Railroad for slaves fleeing north to Canada. The town was officially incorporated in 1903, leading much of the land to be converted from farms into residential neighborhoods and golf courses.
In 1982, Deerfield was noted for experimenting with a community farm. Two hundred residents applied for plots on the land, and the program was so successful that the town had to open additional community farms to support the requests from the population. Today, Deerfield maintains a strong commitment to health. Local authorities passed a strict anti-smoking ordinance banning smoking in all public places and the surrounding 25 feet, including businesses, bars, restaurants, parks and other venues. The town is home to many Jewish, Asian and Greek residents, making rentals in Deerfield popular with families who want to raise their children in a diverse community.
Deerfield Work and Study
Deerfield is home to Trinity International University, one of the top Christian universities and seminaries in the United States. TIU has a student body of approximately 3,000 students and 100 faculty members. Students at TIU study to be pastors, missionaries, attorneys, teachers, scientists, corporate leaders, homemakers, counselors and other professions while learning to think and live like Christians in the 21st century. Trinity International University joins a host of other schools located 27 miles away in Chicago in offering students an exceptional education in the Midwest.
For those seeking work, Deerfield is home to many lucrative business opportunities. Thousands of Deerfield residents choose to contribute to the local economy and work in town rather than commute downtown to Chicago. Deerfield has a large medical and healthcare sector, with Walgreens, Baxter International, Takeda Pharmaceuticals and Randstand Pharma being some of the largest employers in the area. Also on the list of top employers are Fortune Brands Home & Security, Illinois Student Assistance Commission, Deerfield School District 109, Kinetek, Thomas Reuters, NCH, Elexa Consumer Products and Randstad. Eighty-seven percent of Deerfield residents work in management, sales and office positions, and 9 percent are self-employed. Rentals in Deerfield, IL and Cost of Living:
With all of the perks of living in the Chicago suburbs, residents of Deerfield pay very high rent prices. United States Census Bureau statistics show that the standard Deerfield apartment costs $1,661 a month, which is nearly double the Illinois state average. Despite the high cost of rent, everyday living expenses are pretty affordable in Deerfield. The city received a cost of living index of 109.2, which is only slightly more than the United States average of 100.
Deerfield Attractions and Special Events
Deerfield is home to the Deerfield Golf and Learning Center, offering a beautiful 18-hole championship golf course, practice ranges, and lessons with PGA and golf professionals. The town also features a number of parks including Jewett Park, Maplewood Park and Brickyards Park that boast outdoor activities for all seasons. Residents utilize the giant open fields for various sports when the weather is nice, and enjoy sledding down the parks’ hills during the snowy winter months.
Deerfield is also home to the Deerfield Festival of Fine Arts, an annual juried weekend with works from 100 artists, music, food and fun. Artists showcase pieces in the mediums of painting, photography, jewelry, fiber, sculpture, mixed media and ceramics. Other local favorites include the Deerfield Farmers Market Harvest Fest, Community Services Day and Deerfield Family Days.
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