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Beautiful Fox Grove Apartments
Roselle IL, 60172
Bright, Spacious Floorplans***Open kitchen floorplans with dishwashers***Huge closets***On-site laundry facilities***15 minutes to Ohare airport
Roselle IL, 60172
2 BEDROOM 2 BATH CONDO WITH POOL AND OTHER AMENITIES, WALKING DISTANCE TO METRA RAIL, STORES, AND SCHOOLS
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Overview of Roselle
Roselle apartments for rent are hot commodities these days, with many people choosing to live in this family-friendly community. The village is located just northwest of the bustling city of Chicago. Roselle's location makes the village an attractive spot for business professionals working in almost any direction, as it is situated near four interstates: 90, 290, 294 and 355. Roselle is also only a 25-minute drive from O'Hare International Airport, putting the world at residents' fingertips.
Roselle has an estimated population of around 22,900 people as of July 2011 by the U.S. Census Bureau and encompasses roughly 5.4 square miles of land. More than merely a convenient location, Roselle offers residents prime suburban living within an arm's reach of a thriving metropolis.
Living in Roselle, IL
Roselle, Ill., had its first settlers arrive in the area in 1833, and they set up camp among friendly Potawatomi Native American tribes. In 1837, 16-year-old Rosell Hough came to the area with his family and went on to serve as a Chicago alderman, join the Union Army and be elected the first president of the Chamber of Commerce in Chicago. Upon retiring from his political career in the city, Rosell returned to the village and worked to bring new life to Roselle. There is even a rumor that Rosell paid the Chicago and Pacific Railroad Company $10,000 to have the train rerouted through Roselle to spur economic growth.
Today, Roselle apartments are excellent options for people looking for a range of different housing. Roselle provides a small-town atmosphere to its residents, and the Village of Roselle website maintains that its housing options range from garden apartments to million-dollar homes. A popular area in the village is the town center, located in downtown Roselle and constructed to be pedestrian-friendly and a thriving business hub.
Roselle Work and Study
Apartments near Roselle are attractive options for many business professionals working in a variety of industries. Roselle is located near four interstate highways, a number of rail systems and O'Hare International Airport, making this village a popular choice for a number of companies seeking easy access to transportation hubs. A notable area business is Sternberg Lighting, which is a leading international manufacturer of lighting for decorative purposes, street lighting, signs and landscaping.
While there are not any higher learning institutions within Roselle itself, there are numerous schools nearby for students to take advantage of. Notable schools that are closest to Roselle include Wheaton College, Elmhurst College, Aurora College and Benedictine College. Wheaton College is located only 9 miles from Roselle and enrolls roughly 3,000 undergraduate and graduate students.
Rentals in Roselle, IL and Cost of Living
According to data collected by the U.S. Census Bureau, Roselle rentals have a vacancy rate of 6.9 percent and median gross rent was valued at $985 in 2010. The data showed that 41.6 percent of renters fall in the gross rent range of $750 to $999, with 73.2 percent of all renters falling in the wider gross rent range of $750 to $1,499. The information further indicated that less than one-fourth of all renters reported spending 35 percent or more of their household income on gross rental costs.
Information from City-Data revealed that in March 2012, the cost of living in Roselle was assigned a value of 105.4 points, which is 5.4 percent higher than the national average of 100 points.
Roselle Attractions and Special Events
A popular area attraction for visitors and those living in Roselle apartments is the Lynfred Winery. The winery has been in operation since 1979 and is the oldest and largest continuously operated bonded winery in the state. There are more than 50 different varieties of wine produced here, and Lynfred sends out more than 25,000 cases of wine yearly. People head to the winery for wine tasting, to purchase a few bottles directly, and to take advantage of the bed and breakfast run here.
Another area attraction is the Miracle Field. The Miracle League Association runs this baseball field that was designed to be completely accessible for disabled children. Residents of Roselle appreciate the effort made to facilitate child play regardless of their abilities.
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