Niles Apartment Living
Niles is a pleasant suburb northwest of Chicago. It's quiet and calm but offers plenty of restaurants and other thriving businesses. You can found on nice and friendly neighbors dedicated to helping make Niles a safe and fun place to live.
Heart of the Neighborhood
The Oasis Fun Center waterpark located in Niles is a beautiful place to cool off during the hot summer months. The Oasis Fun Center offers a fun day in the sun, from swimming lessons to open time to splash around. Attractions include a drop slide, several water slides, diving boards, a zero-depth pool, a spray pad, and more!
What We Love Most
Niles is a sister city to Pisa, Italy, so residents don't have to take a plane to taste the Italian city. Niles has its replica of the Leaning Tower of Pisa—aptly called the Leaning Tower of Niles. It's about half the size of the original at 94 feet and was built in 1934.
Best Way to Get Around
Getting around the Chicagoland area and beyond is most accessible by car. Niles is located about 15 miles away from downtown Chicago, but it is about 6 miles away from O'Hare International Airport. Getting downtown is easy. You can drive on the I-94 and I-90 highways. Or, you can leave your car at home and hop on Metra's Union Pacific Northwestern line, which drops you off at the Ogilvie Transportation Center in downtown Chicago.
Apartments for rent in Niles
Around the Neighborhood
The Village of Niles is a lively mix of shopping malls, discount retailers, office parks, manufacturers, middle-class homes, modestly-sized apartment buildings, parks, schools, golf courses, batting cages, recreational facilities, and other assorted accouterments of suburban living (not to mention a half-size replica of the leaning tower of Pisa). For the most part, the Village straddles Milwaukee and Harlem Avenues as they cross the northwestern boundary of Chicago.