One reason many renters first come to Illinois is to attend school at one of the state’s top institutions such as Northeastern University or the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. The
Chicago Mercantile Exchange is just one of a wide variety of financial institutions that employ many residents.
Sports fans moving to Illinois have a lot to choose from including a Cubs baseball game at Wrigley Field or catching a White Sox, Bears, Blackhawks or Bulls game.
Renters with kids will enjoy the Brookfield Zoo, Six Flags Great America and Hurricane Harbor, Magic Waters Waterpark, and the Legoland Discovery Center with a vast build & test area where young LEGO lovers can build to their heart's content and test their creations.
Other attractions to visit while renting here include Washington Park Botanical Garden, The Navy Pier where you will find the Chicago Children's Museum and Shakespeare Theater, and the Lincoln Heritage Museum.
Chicago is the state’s largest city and is located in the north alongside Lake Michigan. Springfield is the capital city of Illinois and can be found in the center of the state.