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Overview of Gurnee

Tucked in a perfect location between Chicago and Milwaukee, Gurnee is a great place to work, live and play. The town is often a travel destination for many Midwesterners, so you'll never have a shortage of things to do while living in Gurnee apartments for rent. As the village is situated just off of Interstate 94, residents can easily travel to nearby communities or cities in a cinch. This may be one reason why the population has been on the rise since 1990. According to statistics from the U.S. Census Bureau, roughly 35,000 people call Gurnee home today. With a livability rating of 76 by AreaVibes, Gurnee will provide you with a high-quality life no matter your age.

Living in Gurnee

Gurnee apartments for rent are perfect for families because of the abundance of nearby attractions including Gurnee Mills and Six Flags Great America and Hurricane Harbor. During the summer and fall, people from all across Illinois and Wisconsin travel to Six Flags to get their fix of thrilling adventures or cool off in the massive water park. The village is also home to the largest outlet and value shopping destination in the state, so shoppers will love living in this unique community. The indoor Key Lime Cove Waterpark is also within reach for children who want to go for a swim in the midst of a snowstorm.

Gurnee Apartments and Cost of Living

It should come as no surprise that the median cost of Gurnee apartments for rent is 34 percent more expensive than the rest of the state. AreaVibes noted that the city has an overall cost of living that is 25 percent more than the state's average and 20 percent more than the nationwide average. Renters will also have to include transportation costs in their budget. The going rate of a gallon of gas is 6 percent more than the statewide average and residents of Gurnee apartments will have a commute time that is 21 percent more than the average Illinois local. The city is also car-dependent, so you'll need a vehicle to get around in Gurnee.

Apartments in Gurnee Work and Study

Because apartments for rent in Gurnee are ideally located near transportation and between two major metropolitan cities, there are countless opportunities for employment. However, residents won't have to leave the county for a good job. The top employers in the area include Department of the Navy, Abbott Laboratories, Hewitt Associates, Motorola, Six Flags Great America and Baxter Healthcare Corporation. Students living in apartments in Gurnee can attend College of Lake County, University Center of Lake County or Robert Morris University.