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Posted: August 11, 2018

Chicago Regional Growth Corporation

Together with Cook, Kane, Kendall, Lake, McHenry, and Will Counties, DuPage County and Choose DuPage have joined in supporting regional economic development through the Chicago Regional Growth Corporation (CRGC). The organization fosters collaboration and cultivates a regional approach to economic development in order to generate inclusive growth and prosperity across northeastern Illinois.Read more


Posted: August 7, 2018

Aldi expands corporate footprint in Naperville

Aldi Naperville

The discount retailer will continue to operate its headquarters in Batavia and will lease additional space at 1000-1100 East Warrenville Road in Naperville, also known as the Naperville Woods Office Center. Read more


Posted: August 3, 2018

Bridge Development Breaks Ground on 678,000 Sq. Ft. Project in Downers Grove

Bridge Development Groundbreaking

Bridge Development Partners, LLC recently broke ground on Bridge Point Downers Grove. The 678,858 sq. ft. industrial/office development is on a 54-acre site off Lacey and Finley Roads, north of Warrenville Road, will be completed in early 2019. Read more


Posted: July 28, 2018

Public-Private Collaboration Expands Commuter Options and Connects Employees, Public to Oak Brook via Elmhurst Metra Station

Chariot

The Regional Transportation Authority of Northeastern Illinois (RTA), the Village of Oak Brook, the Greater Oak Brook Chamber of Commerce, and Chariot have teamed up to launch a new weekday microtransit shuttle route to connect commuters from the Metra station in Elmhurst to 10 commercial properties along and near Commerce Drive in Oak Brook.Read more


Posted: July 16, 2018

Mid-Year Economic Indicators Show DuPage County Remains a Regional Leader in Unemployment, Job Creation and Average Salary

Choose DuPage Economic Indicators Report

The 2018 Second Quarter Economic Indicators Report shows DuPage County remains a powerhouse in the region for economic growth. Mid-year data confirms DuPage County’s unemployment rates dropped to 2.6 percent – the lowest unemployment rate in the region and third lowest in Illinois.Read more


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