• Why Chicago?

Chicago Overview

Fortune 500 Companies

Corporations are flooding to Chicago (Google, McDonalds, Boeing) — Over the last several years, Chicago has led the nation in corporate expansions and relocations

Dynamic Economy

Chicago has one of the most diverse economies in the United States, with no industry accounting for more than 14% of the economy

World Class Universities

Several world class universities call Chicago home, which provides employers with a deep pool of highly educated workers to draw from

Strong Real Estate Market

The Chicagoland area is one of the strongest industrial real estate markets in the country and serves as an intermodal hub fed by both East and West Coast ports

Affordable Cost of Living

Relatively low cost of living represents a compelling value proposition for investors, corporate decision-makers, and employees when compared to coastal peers

Regional Hub of the Midwest

Chicago is the "capital of the Midwest" and consistently serves as a magnet for attracting talent from throughout the region

Global Reach

Chicago has the only "dual hub" airport in North America and is within a 4 hour flight of all major North American destinations

Cultural Attractions

There are countless cultural and entertainment options to enjoy in Chicago, whether it is sports teams, art museums, restaurants, or just the architectural history of the city