Aurora IL is a large city in the suburbs of Chicago, predominantly in Kane County and DuPage County, with portions extending into Kendall and Will Counties. In 1908, Aurora IL adopted the nickname “City of Lights”, because it was one of the first cities in the United States to implement an all-electric street lighting system in 1881. Downtown Aurora is located on the Fox River and centered on Stolp Island. The Aurora area is home to an impressive collection of commercial buildings and architecture, including structures by Frank Lloyd Wright, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Bruce Goff, and George Grant Elmslie. The Hollywood Casino, a dockside gaming facility with 53,000 square feet and 1,200 gaming positions, is on the river in downtown Aurora. The Aurora Commercial Real Estate market flourishes with its high traffic streets and attractions, such as Paramount Theatre, Hollywood Casino, Amy Morton’s Stolp Island Social, The Chicago Premium Outlet mall and much more. If you are looking for commercial property in Aurora, IL, that’s for sale or lease to start a business or expand your business, contact Caton Commercial’s Aurora office.
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Aurora IL Population: ~197,000
50% Males, 49% Females
The average age in Aurora IL is 35 years old.
The estimated housing market value in Aurora IL is around $177,000.
34% of residents are white, 43% Hispanic, 10% Asian, and 9% African American.
Hospitals in Aurora IL include Alden of Waterford and 4 others.
Aurora IL has 10 nursing homes including Aurora Manor.
There are 2 colleges and universities in Aurora IL including Aurora University, and over 15+ private and public high schools, middle schools, and elementary schools.
An American grill serving their famous brioche bun hamburgers.
This cozy diner offers breakfast items, such as waffles & omelets, plus sandwiches & burgers.
Breezy, casual restaurant with a patio offering a wide menu of American favorites & some Greek fare.
Tacos, burritos & other Mexican staples are on the menu at this casual venue with an outside patio.
Italian chain eatery featuring Chicago-style deep-dish pizza, plus pasta & sandwiches.
Floating gambling venue with table games, slots & poker plus live music & various dining options.
Broadway-style productions, performances & comedy acts on stage in an ornate, old-school playhouse. Also known as the Paramount Arts Center, opened in 1931.
Worldwide leader in producing and presenting live touring family entertainment experiences that lift the human spirit and create indelible memories.
Ugandan based coffee shop in Aurora serving quick bite, small plates, and great coffee.
Cozy pub for Irish & American bites, live music & events such as trivia & bean-bag tournaments.
Informal American joint featuring numerous craft brews & TVs in roomy digs with a pub -like ambiance.
Chicagoland's Premier Family Entertainment Center that offers a wide variety of activities for families, groups and individuals alike.
Bowling & Amusement Ultimate Experience in Nationwide Locations.
Indoor family entertainment centers focusing on all-over trampoline indoor setting.
Roller rink for all ages with DJs, organ music & theme nights plus figure & speed skating.
Vast city park comprising a golf course & pro shop, zoo, sporting fields & family recreation areas.
Interactive STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, mathematics) exhibits which inspire education and imagination for all ages.
Unique family-friendly agri-tourism farm.