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Lisle Details

Escape from the pressures of downtown living and stretch out of a cramped apartment by choosing the reasonably-priced Lisle real estate that is attracting so many commuters to downtown Chicago. Lisle, Illinois is located in DuPage County, Illinois. Its population size, amenities, and other census factors result in its characterization as a village, rather than a city. Still, the population is over 22,000, and this number is projected to grow as more and more consumers vacate the crowded downtown locations.

Lisle, while quaint, is not without opportunities for employment or noteworthy developments. Lisle is the home of the Illinois Technology and Research Corridor and the headquarters for the Nuclear Regulatory Commission Region III. Both of these centers, as well as other Lisle businesses such as SXC Health Solutions and Molex, offer employment and educational opportunities.

2007 marked an important year for the Lisle community. Money magazine ranked Lisle as #20 in its list of the 100 Best Places to Live in the nation. In 2009, the magazine ranked Lisle as one of the best places for the rich and single. With a mean family income of $103,000, Lisle real estate is more expensive than homes found in other Chicago suburbs. However, homes in Lisle are beautiful and expansive, and they offer quite a bit of square footage for the investment.

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