Park Ridge



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FOX Corporate Housing in Park Ridge, IL offers Fully-furnished, Temporary Housing options for half the cost of a typical costly hotel stay. Our Park Ridge corporate apartments and single family homes give our clients the utmost in quality, designer decor with personalized touches throughout, to ensure our guests feel at home during their Temporary stay with FOX.

If you are visiting Park Ridge, you will find shopping opportunities in all areas of the town that offer a variety of shopping choices, including national retail outlets, unique local boutiques, numerous restaurants  ranging from formal to casual, with a variety of cuisines, and a number of entertainment and cultural choices. No matter what the season, there’s something going on in Park Ridge.

Driving through Uptown Park Ridge, you can’t miss the beautiful, historic building. The Pickwick was built in 1928 and has become a famous Illinois landmark, being placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1975. It has even landed on the list of, “Illinois 200 Great Places” by the American Institute of Architects (2018). Like most theaters, you can catch the all latest flicks, but that’s not all. The Pickwick also has special showings of favorite classics, such as It’s a Wonderful Life around Christmas time. AND, there ‘s a stage for live performances as well!

So you’ve already heard about the magnificent Pickwick Theatre, but what you may not know is that the theatre is home to performances by the Park Ridge Civic Orchestra (though due to current renovations, the orchestra is using alternate facilities).

The PRCO makes classical music accessible to everyone by offering tickets at an affordable price. Performances span from October through March and include towering classics, blockbuster movie scores, and other audience favorites.

Haven’t learned enough about Park Ridge yet? Well, you’ll have to visit the History Center to find out how this great town got started, and how it developed from there. The Park Ridge History Center has had many homes throughout the years. Most recently, it moved to Solomon Cottage, on the old youth campus, where the historical society entered a long-term lease with the Park District. The cottage has been renovated, so it can be used for exhibits, meetings, and more.

In a picturesque town like Park Ridge, you can enjoy walking or biking through the neighborhoods and admiring the uniqueness of the homes. But, for a more serious walk, run, or ride, you can also venture to the Des Plaines River Trail. Enjoy the exercise, fresh air, scenery, and wildlife on this popular trail. You’re likely to work up an appetite, so be sure to pack a bite to eat, and enjoy it in the picnic areas. Enter the trail at several locations, including Iroquois Woods on Touhy Ave or Dam No. 4 Woods-East on Dee Road.