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Bureau County Medical Space For Sale

Bureau County

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Bureau County Office & Commercial Space

Located in Illinois, Bureau County is situated within the northwest region of the state and features a residential population of nearly 35,000 inhabitants. Part of the Ottawa-Peru, IL Micropolitan Statistical Area, Bureau County is home to a large number of villages and townships, as well as the cities of Princeton (the county seat) and Spring Valley. Business owners seeking rental properties for lease, including office space for rent and commercial space for rent, can benefit from the affordable rental rates found throughout the neighborhood zones of this particular region of the state. Properties in Bureau County provide a viable platform on which to build a thriving business in both the region and state at large.

Bureau County Economic Overview

With a median household income only slightly below state averages, Bureau County primarily consists of middle class / lower-middle class inhabitants employed in a variety of industries, including construction, agriculture and metal fabrication. The vast majority of employed individuals in Bureau County work for private businesses, as opposed to government-related positions. Unemployment levels in Bureau County have remained somewhat high since the 2008 financial crisis, due in large part to the fact that the manufacturing industry was heavily affected by this economic downturn. Per capita incomes in Bureau County are approximately $20,000. Roughly 5.5% of the population Bureau County lives below the poverty line.

Bureau County At A Glance

Bureau County was first formed out of lands previously belonging to Putnam County in 1837. Of particular historical significance is the fact that many of the communities found here were part of the Underground Railroad during the Civil War, which helped runaway slaves find freedom in the North. Demographically, the population of Bureau County is almost exclusively Caucasian, with only 3% of the population representing additional ethnic groups.

Where To Lease In Bureau County

Business owners seeking affordable and advantageous commercial or office properties for rent in Bureau County are first advised to research available listings in the two cities found here, Princeton and Spring Valley. Manufacturing properties can also be found throughout the numerous townships and villages located within Bureau County. Regardless of where a business owner decides to look for properties, the low cost of living and reduced leasing rates in Bureau County will prove to be highly attractive for all interested parties.

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