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Chicago Ridge, IL


Ridgeland Station is ideally located in the Village of Chicago Ridge, a village in Cook County that is located 18 miles southwest of the Chicago Loop.

The Property has direct highway access to Chicago via I-294, located within 2 miles of the property. Chicago Ridge gives residents the suburban lifestyle within close reach to Downtown for either work or pleasure. Ridgeland Avenue gives tenants easy access to major retail stores, restaurants, and the Chicago Ridge Mall.


  • Located adjacent to the Chicago Ridge Metra Station providing commuter access to the Chicago Loop to the Northeast and Manhattan, IL to the Southwest.

  • The property is within close proximity to I-294 access the largest auxiliary interstate highway in Illinois, providing convenient travel to Chicago Loop and Chicagoland surrounding areas.

  • The Chicago Ridge Police Department, Village Hall, and Public Library are located across the street on the East Side of Ridgeland Avenue.


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Chicago Ridge takes its name from ridges left behind when trainloads of dirt were brought out by the Wabash Railroad during the construction of the Columbian Exposition of 1893. Incorporated on October 17, 1914, the village has an area of approximately 2.2 square miles (5.7 km2) and is located in the southwestern portion of Cook County, Illinois, about 20 miles (32 km) southwest of downtown Chicago.

Chicago Ridge has a station on Metra's SouthWest Service, which provides daily rail service between Manhattan, Illinois, and Chicago Union Station.

The Chicago Ridge Mall at 95th and Ridgeland has over 130 stores and a six-screen theater. The Chicago Ridge Commons at 99th and Ridgeland has over 55 strip stores. Commercial development is currently centered in the industrial sector, the Park at Chicago Ridge.

The Park at Chicago Ridge is a 135-acre (0.55 km2) industrial park located off Southwest Highway at 103rd Street, which features rail transport and easy access to major expressways, including the Tri-State Tollway, and the Stevenson and Eisenhower expressways.

The Chicago Ridge Park District has 23 acres of land available for recreational purposes, divided among nine parks containing tennis courts, baseball fields, a fitness center/gymnasium, and a newly completed miniature golf/batting cages complex. The district offers over 100 programs for residents of all ages.

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