DuPage County Industrial

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Bldg G @ Five Pak Church Road LLC - Unit G4 Elmhurst, IL  
Sep 13
Industrial Mixed Use
1532 Hecht Dr - Entire Building Bartlett, IL 16 foot ceiling height and one drive in door
Sep 05
Industrial Mixed Use
545 E Fullerton Ave - Unit 200 Carol Stream, IL  
Aug 28
929 Aec Dr - Space Wood Dale, IL  
Aug 10
920 N Ridge Ave - Space Lombard, IL Onsite Parking.
Jun 27
Industrial Mixed Use
950 N Main St - Space Lombard, IL 14 foot ceiling height
Jun 26
7700 Brush Hill Rd - Entire Building , IL Close Highway.
Jun 22
871 IL-83 - Space Bensenville, IL 1,850 sqft warehouse/loading dock area
Jun 07
Sublease Industrial Mixed Use
1225 Greenbriar Dr - Unit O Addison, IL clear height: 18 foot
May 05
Industrial Office
4951 Indiana Ave - Unit 500 Lisle, IL HVAC
Apr 13
Sublease Industrial Office

DuPage County

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DuPage County Office & Commercial Space

One of five “collar” counties surrounding the Chicago metropolitan area, DuPage County features a resident population of approximately 930,000. The second-most populous county in the state of Illinois, DuPage primarily consists of professionals and working individuals employed in private companies and businesses within the numerous communities and neighborhood zones here. Thanks to a relatively large geographical area of 334 square miles, office space for rent is widely available across a broad range of prices, sizes, design and rental arrangements. Those seeking commercial space for rent or lease in DuPage County can take advantage of this region’s close proximity to Chicago, the largest urban area in the state, and establish a sustainable business platform poised for significant growth.

DuPage County Economic Overview

Although DuPage County does not host the largest economic infrastructure in the state, it remains one of the most active areas in the region, thanks in large part to the proximity to Chicago. Featuring a median household income well above state averages, the majority of DuPage County’s residents are solidly middle-class/upper middle-class. In fact, DuPage County is widely considered to be one of the richest counties in the entire country, and currently features the highest per capita income of any county in the state of Illinois. Some of the more popular occupations for DuPage County residents include managerial positions, computer and technology jobs, as well as sales representation for larger companies. Thanks to the relative affluence of this area, many of the privately owned businesses within DuPage County are able to benefit from significant community support. The Illinois Technology and Research Corridor is located primarily within DuPage County.

DuPage County At A Glance

DuPage County was first established in 1839, and derived its name from the nearby DuPage River. Over the past several decades, DuPage County has experienced a significant expansion in population and economic strength, primarily caused by the success of the countless small communities that have formed within its borders. Although DuPage remains largely homogeneous from a cultural and ethnic perspective, the area has begun to show signs of increasing diversity as migrants begin to move here from all corners of the globe.

Where To Lease In DuPage County

Thanks to a number of well-developed communities existing within the borders of DuPage County, business owners have numerous options when it comes to leasing office and commercial space here. Some of the larger communities in DuPage County include Aurora, Elmhurst and Naperville. Businesses that specialize in technology and science-based industries can benefit from establishing their operations in the Illinois Technology and Research Corridor.

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