Orland Park is suburb of approximately 59,000 people, located approximately 25 miles southwest of Chicago’s Loop. It started as a historic, rural community and has developed into a dynamic area and is a local epicenter for various shopping and dining options and commerce, most of which are along LaGrange Road (U.S. Route 45) and 159th Street (U.S. Route 7). There is easy access around the region via I-55, 355 or 80 or by the three Orland Park Metra rail stops to Union Station downtown. The village also has many Green Initiatives.
Orland Park boasts a very large Recreation and Parks Department. The village has thousands of acres of open space and miles of hiking and biking trails, and recreation options including a Sportsplex, an aquatic center, Lake Sedgewick, an ice arena, a variety of golf courses, and playing fields and parks, for the enjoyment of residents and visitors. There is also a dog park for dogs to enjoy.
There are various housing options including townhomes and condos in the village, however, the majority of the residential properties consist of single family homes.
Orland Park has worked hard to distinguish itself as a Class A market, including Orland Square Mall, Orland Park Place Mall, and Orland Park Crossing. Some of the many business in Orland Park consist of: Whole Foods Market, Mariano's, Nordstrom Rack, The Cheesecake Factory, Apple, P.F. Changs, Granite City, Coach, Macy*s, Pottery Barn, Brighton, Gap, Pandora, Pottery Barn and Trader Joe's.
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