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Kendall County

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As of: October 25, 2016

Kendall County Office & Commercial Space

Located approximately 40 miles to the southwest of Chicago, Kendall County is one of the more populated regions of the state. Thanks to its relatively close proximity to Chicago, residents of Kendall County enjoy a relatively affluent and upwardly mobile lifestyle which incorporates the peaceful, family-friendly atmosphere of the smaller communities in which they live as well as the diverse cultural and economic opportunities found in Chicago. Business owners seeking office space for rent or commercial space for rent in the numerous neighborhood zones within the region of Kendall County can take advantage of this ideal positioning and develop a business presence that is poised for significant growth. Rental properties for lease in Kendall County may prove to be a fabulous foundation for both new entrepreneurs and seasoned business professionals alike.

Kendall County Economic Overview

Residents of Kendall County are typically middle class / upper-middle class. Median household incomes in this county are nearly 50% above state averages. Common occupations for residents of Kendall County include executive postings as well as leadership roles in a variety of financial and professional services. Unemployment levels in Kendall County are markedly lower than in neighboring areas, particularly due to the relative diversity of the economy here. As the population of Chicago continues to expand, Kendall County remains poised for additional growth and development.

Kendall County At A Glance

Kendall County was first established in 1841 out of land formerly belonging to LaSalle County and Kane County. Today, Kendall County boasts a remarkably diverse economy and cultural infrastructure. The majority of the population in Kendall County is focused in Aurora. Notable attractions in Kendall County include the Coulter Opera House, Aurora Historical Society and the SciTech Interactive Science Museum. Demographically, Kendall County is primarily Caucasian (92%), with a number of other ethnicities represented here as well.

Where To Lease In Kendall County

As could be expected, business owners seeking to maximize their chances for success in Kendall County are advised to seek out rental properties in the larger communities here, such as Aurora and Oswego, among others. While property may be more affordable in the less populous regions of Kendall County, those who rely on financial activity with customers on a retail level cannot afford to place themselves in non- trafficked areas. Those involved in manufacturing industries may find that they are able to locate affordable leasing deals on the outskirts of Kendall County.

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