Many people look for homes for rent in large cities like Chicago because these areas offer great access to resources in education, entertainment, employment and much more. But some people who are planning a move to the metropolitan areas of Illinois have discovered that many of the same resources are available in the sprawl of suburbs that surrounds the city. For instance, rental homes in Schaumburg, Illinois, have become increasingly popular as the town has continued to develop and grow. With a population teetering near 75,000, the area is one of the largest suburbs in the country and has drawn the attractions and commodities to support such a large community.
While most people can name Minnesota`s Mall of America, few know that the nation's second largest mall, the Woodfield Mall, is located near homes in Schaumburg. Today, this region also contains the world headquarters of Motorola and one of two IKEA furniture store locations in the state.
Those who rent Schaumburg homes can attest that development hasn't slowed in recent years. Recently, another retail area known as Village Green was constructed, as well as an AMC Theater, Nordstroms and the Schaumburg Convention Center. Of course, there are great options for those who want to enjoy the great outdoors as well; the Cook County Busse Woods Forest Preserve and the Poplar Creek Forest Preserve are both a short drive from the town's center.
Explore homes for rent in the Schaumburg neighborhood of Chicago. Rentals.com offers listings of Schaumburg apartments, photos, floorplans, maps and neighborhood information.
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