We have 3 locations spanning from Wisconsin t0 northern and central Illinois. Find out more about each location and how to contact us.
The third largest metropolitan area in the United States, Chicagoland includes the city of Chicago and its surrounding suburbs. The metropolitan area bustles with nearly 10 million diverse peoples. A thriving economic community, four million Chicagoland employees generate an annual GRP of over $680 billion, many working in major corporate headquarters, including 31 Fortune 500 corporations. In the Central Business District alone, there are 135 hotels and 43,881 hotel rooms for the city’s many visitors – on average, nearly 55 million tourists explore the city every year.
Central Illinois contains prominent cities, including Peoria, Springfield, Decatur, Quincy, Champaign-Urbana, Danville, Galesburg, and Bloomington-Normal. Home to Abraham Lincoln, Central Illinois contains dozens of protected areas, many pertaining to the former president’s life. Among the most notable include Lincoln’s New Salem State Historic Site and the Lincoln Home National Historic Site. The first showcases the precise locale where Lincoln initiated his political career, and the second displays his childhood Springfield home.
Though the historic city takes pride in its roots, committed to a transformative heritage, Milwaukee is being rejuvenated via rapid growth and economic development. Milwaukee is considered the cultural center of the Milwaukee metropolitan area, a densely populated hub of about 2,043, 904 inhabitants. Categorized as the Gamma global city, Milwaukee boasts a regional GDP of over $105 billion.