Homes for rent in the Chicago area are often home to many commuters who make their living in the Windy City, and also enjoy the high-caliber arts, nightlife and entertainment that Chicago offers. More than just a few small suburbs in this region have become notable and popular because of their convenient proximity to one of the great U.S. cities. Others, however, provide residents with additional features that keep the towns prominent in the minds of those who are relocating. People who rent in Lisle, Illinois, for instance, are very likely to appreciate the closeness of Chicago's urban influence, but remain satisfied and sustained by the wealth of resources offered in their own town.
Many people in Lisle rentals -- residents are known as "Lilacs" or Lileseans" -- are able to save time on their commutes by working in the local Illinois Technology and Research Corridor. Large companies, such as BP, Boeing, Microsoft, Motorola and U.S. Robotics, and research facilities like the Argonne National Laboratory have their national headquarters or major offices located in this area. Other major employers and attractions for new residents are the city's universities: Benedictine University, National-Louis University, Northwood University and The Center for Entrepreneurship of the College of DuPage.
People who rent in Lisle often take breaks from work and study to ski or snowboard on Four Lakes Ski Hill or participate in the Bulls/Sox Training Academy, a program created by Chicago's professional sports teams that offers youth baseball and basketball instruction year-round.
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