The largest city in the midwest and third largest in the United States, Chicago is home to over 2.7 million people according to the 2019 US Census Bureau.
Made up of its 77 unique neighborhoods, Chicago has a lot to offer for all that call this city home. As the city continues to grow, it’s
historical background can still be seen on every street corner.
Due to Chicago’s central location, strong transportation infrastructure, and large talent pool, the Chicagoland area is home to dozens of Fortune 500
headquarters. There are 22 colleges within the Loop and another 49 within 40 miles of the downtown area. Chicago also touts over 7,300 restaurants,
200 theaters, 552 parks, and 19 miles of beachfront trails.
Some of Chicago’s top tourist attractions include Navy Pier, the Art Institute of Chicago, Millennium Park, Grant Park, the Museum of Science and Industry, the observation deck at the Willis Tower, and more. The Chicago Tribune estimates that just last year, more than 54 million people visited Chicago, making it an ideal city for growth and investment.