Glendale Heights Apartments For Rent

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Living In Glendale Heights

Thinking about moving to Chicago? Choose Glendale Heights as your new home. There are 1, 2, and 3 bedroom floorplans available, so whether you’re moving with a roommate, the whole family, or planning on living solo, there are apartments in Glendale Heights waiting for you. A washer and dryer is included in your new home, making the whole process of doing laundry much more convenient than having to visit a laundromat or hauling your clothes down the hall. Your bedroom is complete with walk-in closets to store all of your belongings. These smoke-free apartments have free parking, so don’t worry about paying for parking when you live here.

Need corporate housing, or just looking for a short term lease? That’s not a problem with these properties, as both are available. If you’re a business owner looking to expand, these homes are a perfect choice for housing your temporary workers for a short period of time.

Stay in shape by hitting up the fitness center in the building to go for a run or pump some iron. Head down to the pool to cool off, swim a few laps, or just tire out the kids before bed.

Worried about leaving the pets behind? Don’t be! In these pet-friendly apartments, both cats and dogs are accepted, so bring your furry friends with you when you move to Glendale Heights. These properties have an onsite dog park, so taking your canine companion for a walk when you live here is much easier. You and your pooch might even make some new friends.

The Pace Bus is the public transportation available to take you around town. Students who attend the nearby College of Dupage can get a Campus Connection pass for the Pace Bus, valid for unlimited rides for an entire semester. This college educates over 28,000 students in 82 different degree programs and 178 certificate programs. In addition to academics, the college is deeply rooted in the community and has over 80 clubs and associations for students to connect with like-minded peers and get involved. There are many continuing education courses for adults who aren’t looking to enroll in a degree or certificate program but would like to pursue their interests by furthering their education.