Oak Park Real Estate Information

Oak Park is a suburb bordering the west side of the city of Chicago, Illinois. Oak Park's population is very diverse that makes it a very exciting place to live and visit. The strong Jewish, African-American, and Arab populations develop a blend of race, culture, and religion in a fairly small city. This diversity in population provides a strong marketing base. Oak Park has easy access to the Chicago Loop, thanks to good public transportation like the Chicago 'L' Blue and Green lines, CTA buses, and Metra rail service.

The village has tried to keep up both historic preservation and economic developments. The Pedestrian mall in the center of the Oak Park was opened for traffic by using the brick pavers as same as used in early 20th century bluestone sidewalks. Bicycling is very common and in the culture of the Oak Park. Oak Park’s Augusta Boulevard is the part of the Grand Illinois Trail. A number of business districts are there in the Oak Park including the Harrison Street Arts District, the Chicago Avenue at Harlem, but some people think downtown Oak Park as a real business spot. Visiting the Oak Park will really improve your experience and knowledge.