E-Z Movers Reveals the Top Chicago Suburbs to Live

Local and long distance moves in ChicagoE-Z Movers, a professional moving company in Chicago, has proudly served the Chicagoland area for more than 15 years, and has been active in giving back to the community. The company’s pink trucks for breast cancer awareness are a common sight in many Chicago neighborhoods and suburbs.

After helping thousands of satisfied families and businesses with their local or long-distance moves, E-Z Movers is pleased to share some of the best suburbs in Chicago for those considering a move to the area.

Highland Park

Located around 23 miles north of downtown Chicago, Highland Park is a picturesque suburb steeped in culture. It’s home to both the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and the Ravinia Festival, an annual celebration of the arts.

Highland Park movers may appreciate the several landmarks in the area listed in the National Register of Historic Places, including the Frank Lloyd Wright designed Willits House.

Wilmette

Rated by Business Week as one of the top 10 places in the country to raise a family, Wilmette is situated on the western shore of Lake Michigan. This scenic village has a charming downtown district, a well-developed urban forest, and three wonderful public parks.

Naperville

Voted the second-best place to live in the U.S. by Money magazine, Naperville is an affluent urban center with a lot to offer. In addition to a scenic riverside bike path, the city has a large manmade beach with a pool, several parks including a skateboard and an inline skating park, and much more.

If you’re moving to the Chicagoland area, E-Z Movers is here to help. The company offers great local moving specials that include free boxes and other moving supplies, such as moving pads, bubble wrap, tape, and more. For those moving from further away, E-Z Movers also has excellent deals on full-service long distance moves.

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Posted on December 10, 2013, in Moving. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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