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Deerfield, Illinois, 60015
1 Bedroom$1,495 - $2,190
2 Bedrooms$1,895 - $2,725
Schaumburg, Illinois, 60173
1 Bedroom$1,075 - $1,340
2 Bedrooms$1,460 - $1,635
Mount Prospect, Illinois, 60056
1 Bedroom$769 - $902
2 Bedrooms$1,010 - $1,122
3 Bedrooms$1,412 - $1,533
Arlington Heights, Illinois, 60005
1 Bedroom$817 - $862
2 Bedrooms$1,096 - $1,148
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Deerfield is an extraordinarily alluring city with a wide array of apartment living options - among Deerfield's delightful and sprawling neighborhoods you will find the perfect apartment for you and your family. You can use the MyNewPlace search filters to find family friendly Deerfield apartments with the appropriate amenities for you - whether you want a hard wood floored interior or a high Walkscore.
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Welcome Home to Deerfield
Deerfield is in Lake County and Cook County, in Illinois. That's right. You'll get two counties for one when you make the move to Deerfield. Deerfield is considered a village (isn't that cute?) and it's only about 25 miles from Chicago. Deerfield's Metra train makes it easy to commute into the city; the trip from Deerfield to downtown Chicago only takes between 40 minutes and an hour. Deerfield is a great place to raise a family as it boasts one of the top public school districts in the state of Illinois. BusinessWeek.com ranked Deerfield number three in its list of best small towns to raise children in the United States.
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Deerfield Rental Trends
There are some great units available for apartment dwellers in Deerfield but prices can be pretty high. Don't worry: with the help of our handy-dandy apartment finder, you'll be able to get the best bang for your Deerfield dollar. Are you looking for something close to Lake Michigan? Maybe you want to be near the Historic Village? Or maybe you need something big enough to house your enormous collection of Cabbage Patch Dolls. No problem. (And no judgments.) We’re here to help you find the place that’s perfect for you. So, what do apartments in Deerfield actually go for? Check out the rent table right here on this page to get an idea. The table has the latest rates on one, two, and three bedroom apartments. Ready to learn more about this awesome Illinois village? Read on.
Dear, Dear, Deerfield
Deerfield is truly a great place to raise a family, so it's no surprise that there are plenty of parks around. In fact, Deerfield's park district covers over 350-acres of land! There are 20 parks and a lovely 18-hole golf course with a pro-shop, practice facilities, and a bar and grill. Deerfield residents can also enjoy two outdoor swimming pools, a nature area, and a skate park. Many of the playgrounds in town have some cool touches. The McLean Rohn Memorial Playground, for one, has twisty slides and spring-mounted animals; it’s a great place to bring the little ones. The district also sponsors programs and athletics for everyone, from toddlers to seniors. When you rent an apartment in Deerfield, you’ll have everything you need to get moving and grooving.
Deerfield residents also enjoy many special events and festivals throughout the year. There’s the Halloween Hoopla, the Open Swim, and a Winter Party, to name a few. These events give the community a chance to get together to celebrate, something that Deerfieldians seem to like to do. This is definitely a tightly-knit, friendly community.
elving into Deerfield’s Past
Deerfield has a rich history. If you like exploring the past, you’ll want to be sure to head down to The Historic Village, which is an outdoor museum that includes several historic buildings. The Deerfield Area Historical Society is housed in the village. The society works to preserve Deerfield's historical sites and artifacts and to educate the public through special programs and events. The society was founded in 1968 and hosts some cool activities throughout the year. If you attend a Historical Society party, you may feel as though you took the time machine out for a spin!
Find your new apartment in Deerfield and join about 18,000 other people who enjoy life in this family-oriented, friendly village. Ready for your fun facts? In 1979 Deerfield posted "No-Kissing Zone" signs up at the train station to prevent couples from saying those long goodbyes. Here's another one: Robert Bell, Chicago's Bozo the Clown, lived in Deerfield. One more: several shows and movies have been shot in Deerfield including: Married... With Children, Risky Business, and Once and Again.
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Does Deerfield have a downtown area where a lot of people walk around?
Yes. In 1998, the town demolished much of the old, outdated Deerfield downtown area--the Deerfield Commons shopping center, originally built in the 1950s--and replaced it with a new outdoor shopping district, Deerfield Square. Deerfield Square includes office and merchandising space, as well as an outdoor plaza. Deerfield residents can also attend free concerts held across the street from Deerfield Square.
Are there museums in Deerfield or nearby?
Deerfield is home to one museum, the Deerfield Area Historical Society, but there are many more in the vicinity. Glencoe, located 15 minutes southeast of Deerfield, is home to the Chicago Botanic Garden, which. Highland Park, located 10 minutes northeast of Deerfield, is home to two museums: United States Holocaust Memorial Museum and the Heller Nature Center. The best-known museums in the area, however, are all in Chicago, 45 minutes south of Deerfield. Chicago is home to the Museum Campus, a 10-acre lakefront park surrounding three of the city's main museums: the Adler Planetarium and Astronomy Museum, the Field Museum of Natural History, and the Shedd Aquarium. Other museums and galleries in Chicago include the Art Institute of Chicago, the University of Chicago Oriental Institute, the Chicago History Museum, the DuSable Museum of African American History, the Museum of Contemporary Art, the Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum, the Polish Museum of America, the Museum of Broadcast Communications, and the Museum of Science and Industry.