Browse Properties in Highland Park
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Highland Park Background Information:
* Population: 30,038 (U.S. Census Bureau, 2000)
* Median Household Income: $100,967 (U.S. Census Bureau, 2000)
* Tax Rate Per $100 Assessed Value: 4.041% to 7.322% (2000 County Clerk Tax Extension)
The City of Highland Park was incorporated in 1869. Major employers include Solo Cup Company and Opportunity, Inc., Highland Park Hospital, School Districts #112 and #113, and the City of Highland Park.
Recreation -- The Park District of Highland Park oversees 44 park areas comprising over 600 acres and special-use facilities, such as the Lake Michigan beaches, two recreation centers and outdoor pools. Highland Park residents enjoy fishing, boating, swimming and sunbathing along the city's Lake Michigan shoreline. Ravinia Festival is the summer home of the world-renowned Chicago Symphony Orchestra and presents jazz, rock, folk, country, and pop concerts.
Schools -- Highland Park elementary students are served by three districts; North Shore District #112 with 4,120 students in 11 schools, Deerfield District #109 with 2,880 students in six schools and Bannockburn District #106 with 215 students in one school. High school students attend Highland Park High School, one of two schools in Township High School District #113 with total enrollment of 2,847.
Housing -- Primarily a residential community, Highland Park offers a variety of housing opportunities. The 2000 median house value was $380,000 and the median rent cost was $931. (U.S. Census Bureau, 2000) The 2000 median house sales price was $329,000.
Medical Facilities -- Highland Park Hospital is a 350-bed community hospital serving the city and communities along the North Shore.
Government Services -- Police and fire protection for residents are provided by the Highland Park Police Department's 60 sworn officers and the Highland Park Fire Department's 53 full-time firefighters.
Transportation -- Various Pace bus lines serve Highland Park. Transportation to and from Chicago is provided by Metra's Chicago & North Western/North Line.
* Distance to the Chicago Loop: 25 miles
* Distance to O'Hare Airport: 18 miles
* Distance to Mitchell Field: 55 miles
This Page is Part of the Buyer Broker Chicago / Chicagoland -- Lake County Illinois -- Real Estate Community Reference Guide and MLS Home Search For The Village of Highland Park Illinois Area Homes. When you want a buyer agent - choose the type that is "real" - an Exclusive Buyer Agent (they and their company never represent sellers.)