Located in Chicago’s Golden Corridor at the crossroads of Interstate 90 & Route 47, Huntley provides all the transportation, labor, and utility benefits of being located in the Midwest’s largest market. Combining high growth, low cost, and full interstate access, Huntley provides a superior location for business
The Golden Corridor is represented by the area along the Jane Addams Memorial Tollway, formerly known as the Northwest Tollway (Interstate 90) in the Chicago metropolitan area. The phrase arises from the "gold mine” of economic profit for communities in the surrounding area. Fortune 500 company headquarters, office parks, industrial parks, exhibition and entertainment centers, medical facilities, hotels, shopping centers, and restaurants are located along the Golden Corridor. The Golden Corridor is also home to numerous foreign firms, many from Japan and the Far East.
One of the most successful industry-specific manufacturing hubs in the United States is located in the Golden Corridor, which stretches along I-90 in northern Illinois.
Cities and Villages
Cities and villages located within the scope of the Golden Corridor include:
Elk Grove Village
Lake in the Hills
Numerous important companies are headquartered in or have a significant presence in the Golden Corridor including:
NIU Hoffman Estates, the Hoffman Estates branch of Northern Illinois University
American InterContinental University has its online campus offices in Hoffman Estates
Argosy University branch in Schaumburg
DePaul University branch in Rolling Meadows
Olivet Nazarene University branch in Rolling Meadows
National Louis University branch in Elgin
O'Hare International Airport, the second busiest airport in the world, offers commercial passenger air service to the greater Chicagoland region and is located within the scope of the Golden Corridor. Chicago Rockford International Airport, which serves also serves the Golden Corridor, provides passenger service and is the 18th busiest air cargo facility in the United States,
Lake in the Hills Airport, Schaumburg Regional Airport, and Chicago Executive Airport (in nearby Wheeling) provide general aviation service to the area
Interstate 90 is the primary interstate highway in the area, providing high-speed limited-access transportation for the corridor. In addition to providing direct highway access to many of the local roads, communities, and amenities of the Golden Corridor, it also provides access to Rockford to the west and downtown Chicago to the east, and extends coast-to-coast, from Seattle to Boston.
Located within five miles (8 km) of the Jane Addams Tollway are a variety of major hospitals, including:
Schaumburg Convention Center and Renaissance Hotel, a 175,000-square-foot convention center and 500-room hotel located at Meacham Road and I-90 in Schaumburg
Medieval Times, a dinner-theater located at Roselle Road and Interstate 90 in Schaumburg.
LEGOLAND Discovery Center in Schaumburg
Arlington Park, a major horse racing track in Arlington Heights
Grand Victoria Riverboat, located in downtown Elgin
Schaumburg Boomers Stadium, a 6,000 seat minor league ballpark located on Springinsguth Road in Schaumburg
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