The Village of Lincolnshire enjoys an excellent location and accessibility within Lake County and the Chicago metropolitan area. Lincolnshire has direct access to I-94 (Tri-State Tollway), which is the primary access to Chicago and the Loop, 32 miles away. It is easily accessible via the nearby Metra North Central Commuter Rail Line, with three stops in close proximity to Lincolnshire and a termination point in downtown Chicago. Lincolnshire is served by major US and State arterial highways, including US Rte 45, IL Rte 21 (Milwaukee Avenue) and IL Rte 22 (Half Day Road). Quick access to O’Hare International Airport (17 miles south of Lincolnshire) via the Tri-State Tollway is also available.
Award-winning public schools (District 103 and District 125 – renowned Stevenson High School) are a huge benefit to Lincolnshire residents, while property taxes remain compatible with surrounding communities.
Lincolnshire features a home-rule municipality, with an active Chamber of Commerce. High-profile, landmark buildings with high visibility are the center of Lincolnshire, with a wide cross-section of businesses and corporate headquarters. This creates access to a strong labor pool and the Village’s corporate/business centers offer ample open space. There are a large number and variety of hotels in the Village, supplying 1,050 rooms to business and leisure travelers. The Lincolnshire Marriott Resort offers accommodations, meeting and teleconferencing rooms, and recreational opportunities; including a tennis center and Crane’s Landing 18-hole golf facility. Several vibrant retail developments, offering specialty shopping and dining (with over 20 restaurants, ranging from fast casual to fine dining). A number of local entertainment venues (Regal’s 20-screen Cinema & IMAX complex and Marriott’s live theater), as well as abundant recreational opportunities (County forest preserves, Village nature preserves and parks, and a community-wide recreational trail system) are a few more of the benefits of living in Lincolnshire.
Lincolnshire-Prairie View School District 103
Adlai E. Stevenson High School District 125
According to Lincolnshire’s 2009 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report, the top employers in the city are:
1 Aon Hewitt, 4,500
2 Stevenson High School, 1,034
3 HydraForce, 940
4 Walgreen’s, 660
5 W.W. Grainger, 600
6 Quill Corporation, 520
7 Lincolnshire Marriott Resort, 415
8 Sedgebrook, 362
9 Zebra Technologies, 300
10 The Wealshire, 300
As of the census of 2010, there were 7,275 people living in the village. The median income for a household in the village was $134,259, and the median income for a family was $150,598. Males had a median income of approximately $90,000 versus $46,328 for females. The per capita income for the village was $60,115.
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