Drew Curran

Drew Curran

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Oak Brook definitely has something for everyone.  Shopping, Restaurants, Entertainment, Parks, Golf, on so much more. Oakbrook residents, much like most of the Western suburbanites are educated and affluent.

The Oak Brook Center shopping mall is an outdoor mall with high-end retailers, such as Nordstrom, Macy’s, Neiman Marcus and Tiffany.  The mall’s underwent a makeover in 2013 and will continue to look fabulous for years to come.  As a result of this mall’s huge success and contribution to Oak Brook’s tax base, Oak Brook residents have one of the lowest real estate tax rates in Illinois.

Founded by sportsman and captain of industry Paul Butler, Oak Brook has evolved into a thriving, sophisticated community. A modern commercial and retail base is complemented by abundant woodlands, ponds, streams, gently rolling hills and stately executive homes on tree-lined streets. Population is approximately 8,000

Distance to Downtown Chicago – 20 Miles
Average Drive Times

  • 28 Minutes to Chicago Loop
  • 27 Minutes to O’Hare Airport
  • 29 Minutes to Midway Airport

Eight school districts serve the Oak Brook community. Most elementary students attend schools in District 53, where scores are consistently above the 90th percentile in national testing. Area high schools include Hinsdale Central (District 86), Downers Grove North (District 99) and York High School in Elmhurst (District 205).

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High schools

Numerous upscale department stores including Neiman Marcus, Bloomingdales Home Store, Marshall Field’s and Nordstrom, as well as a wide variety of smaller high quality stores, have contributed to Oak Brook Center’s growing reputations as Chicagoland’s premiere shopping site.

An avid polo player, Paul Butler was responsible for the polo field, which is home to the Butler National Polo Tournament. The village-owned Oak Brook Golf Club, sprawling 226 acre Fullersburg Park, and the Oak Brook Sports Core with tennis and soccer facilities are popular recreational options for residents.  The Morton Arboretum covers 1,700 acres and is made up of gardens of various plant types and collections of trees from specific taxonomical and geographical areas. The Arboretum has programs and activities year round for everyone.

Hospitals & Medical Groups

Oak Brook Links Of Interest

Express rail service connects with the Chicago Loop in about 22 minutes from the nearby Hinsdale station. From Elmhurst, ride-time to the Northwestern Station is also under one half-hour. Three major arteries pass through or near Oak Brook: the Eisenhower Expressway (I-290) and the Tri-State (I-294) and East-West (I-88) Toll-ways.