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Clarendon Hills Commercial Real Estate For Lease

Clarendon Hills

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Clarendon Hills Office & Commercial Space

Situated within DuPage County, Illinois, Clarendon Hills features a relatively small resident population of approximately 8,500 individuals. Only 18 miles to the southwest of Chicago, Clarendon Hills provides local inhabitants with easy access to the region’s largest metropolitan center, an ideal situation for those seeking to develop lucrative business relationships across the state. Office space for rent in Clarendon Hills is quite affordable and can be found in close proximity to several of the neighborhood areas here. Commercial space for rent and other rental properties for lease may prove to be the ideal choice for business owners who are looking to develop a solid foundation for their business endeavors before moving into Chicago.

Clarendon Hills Economic Overview

With a median household income significantly higher than state averages, the residents of Clarendon Hills are considered to be firmly nestled within an upper-middle class economic strata. Common occupations for Clarendon Hills residents include positions in professional and scientific companies, finance and public administration. As mentioned previously, the close proximity of Clarendon Hills to Chicago provides many residents with the opportunity to commute into work within this larger urban center. Average per capita income of Clarendon Hills residents is $57,000. The relative purchasing power of residents here ensures that business owners can rely upon a stable base of support from the local population.

Clarendon Hills At A Glance

Formerly known as Middaugh, Clarendon Hills was officially recognized as an incorporated village in 1857. From its earliest beginnings, Clarendon Hills was one of the more affluent communities in the region. Today, Clarendon Hills has become a haven for wealthy Illinois’ residents seeking a quiet domestic haven that remains in close proximity to Chicago. The ethnic make-up of Clarendon Hills is largely homogeneous, with the majority of the residents here classified as Caucasian. Clarendon Hills has been included within the BNSF Railway Line, and features a stop for this particular transit system.

Where To Lease In Clarendon Hills

As this community is quite small, business owners may find that their choices for rental properties in Clarendon Hills are somewhat limited. That being said, the small geographical size of this community also ensures that those who do decide to lease space here will be able to easily connect with the affluent residential population.

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