Rosemont, IL
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Around Rosemont

Notable For

Rosemont is home to the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center, the Allstate Arena, the Rosemont Theatre, Parkway Bank Park, the Fashion Outlets of Chicago, Impact Field, and plenty of nightlife, dining, and entertainment options. Tourism and commercial real estate are the primary industries in Rosemont, and the suburb sees thousands of visitors each day. While Rosemont is highly commercial, it is still home to many residents who enjoy the mix of amenities the suburb has to offer along with some smaller community-based events that are hosted here.

Cost of Living

Similar to many of the areas surrounding Rosemont, the suburb has a higher cost of living than the state average. This is attributed to the housing market, the ample amenities the village has access to, and Rosemont’s proximity to downtown Chicago. While the cost of living can be high, Rosemont’s home prices tend to be more affordable than some neighboring suburbs.

Transportation

Rosemont is only a five-minute drive from O’Hare International Airport and about a 20-minute drive from downtown Chicago. The village is surrounded by major interstates, and I-90 and I-294 run through the village borders. Rosemont is also home to a stop on the CTA Blue Line, providing direct service to O’Hare Airport and downtown Chicago. Within Rosemont, there is an Entertainment Circulator bus that makes stops between several popular locations, including the convention center, Parkway Bank Park, the Fashion Outlets of Chicago, and the CTA’s Rosemont Blue Line Station. This bus picks up passengers every 7-8 minutes and is free of charge.

Schools

Since Rosemont is a smaller area, it is served mostly by nearby community school districts. Within Rosemont itself is Rosemont Elementary School, which is operated by Rosemont Elementary School District 78. Other schools that serve the Rosemont area are Orchard Place School in Des Plaines, East Leyden High School in Franklin, and Maine West High School in Des Plaines. Triton College and Oakton Community College are also nearby, offering community college courses, dual credit options, and continuing education for residents of Rosemont.

Attractions

Allstate Arena and the Rosemont Theater are two popular entertainment venues in Rosemont and the Chicago area, each hosting a vast range of events throughout the year, including major musical acts and concerts, sporting events, theatrical productions and holiday shows. The Donald E. Stephens Convention Center hosts a number of events that are open to the public, including comic cons, craft fairs, and a range of other specialty fairs. Aside from larger venues, Rosemont offers family-friendly events like bowling, the Hummel Museum, and shopping at the fashion outlets, along with dining and nightlife options around the city. Rosemont also provides a number of community-based events for its residents throughout the year, including an annual 5K run, a village tree lighting ceremony during the holidays, and a family fall festival at the Parkway Bank Park.

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