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One of only two Illinois counties enjoying exclusive Lake Michigan shoreline access, the rich quilt work comprising Commanding Cook County was frenetically woven into fantastically friendly fabric featuring the Celebrated City of Chicago, where collective metropolitan imagination manifests into Midwestern marvel. That privileged juxtaposition has elevated this "heartland" commercial epicenter to today's preeminence as the region's arterial transportation hub realizing greater Chicago's gargantuan five hundred-thirty billion dollar plus economy! Consequently, the Chicago-Joliet-Naperville region has independently achieved status as the twenty-first largest global financial system in the urban area's own right: entirely eclipsing other industrialized nations nurturing comparatively smaller economies of scale (by GDP) including those of Switzerland, Poland & Belgium!

Cook County has more than one hundred thirty incorporated municipalities stretching across those thirty townships that in fact only occupy less than fifty percent of Cook County's geographic area not actually within Chicago's city limits! Some of the country's most regarded real estate is revered in Chicago's Noble Near North Side: home to both the iconic John Hancock Tower in the desirable "Streeterville" neighborhood as well the only downtown landmark public building "Water Tower" (of stone construction) to survive the "Great Fire of 1871," standing to this day alongside Michigan Avenue- that renowned meticulously manicured "Magnificent Mile," bisection boasting the Midwest's finest retail shopping, hotel accommodations and fine dining. Just south of "Near North" is a diverse collection of ethnic restaurants and original trendy boutiques found in this neighborhood eponymously honored with namesake after Chicago's largest open public space, Luxurious Lincoln Park. Treasured for its classic collection of row houses near elegant high rise co-op skyscrapers all adjacent the cherished Park's lakefront, denizens delightfully dote upon yacht clubs, marinas, the zoo & museums plus bucolic biking & jogging paths, beautiful baseball fields, seasonally spectacular ice skating and even a leonine lagoon serving as local rowing club's deckhouse! Northwest of downtown, several gentrified neighborhoods have attracted significant population influxes over the last two decades developing eclectically creative oases in Chicago's Wonderful West Town neighborhoods bearing famous monikers such as "Wicker Park," "Logan Square" and "Bucktown:" home to Chicago Cubs' historically happening Wrigley Field! Due north of "West Town" approaching Chicago's northern political boundary, Lincoln Square serves as the crossroads of "Old World" German charm and exciting international cuisine along that quaint cobblestone stretch of Lincoln Avenue most people associate with chic storefront boutiques supplying hip threads & accessories. However, local gastronomes also gather together here for authentic German taverns' fare while more remote Chicagoans travel for miles to indulge locally, especially at the legendary "Brauhaus"!

Just minutes beyond Chicago's northern city limits, Extraordinary Evanston prides itself as home to Northwestern University's lakefront "North Campus" conducting primarily science & technology instruction in addition to adjoining athletic facilities. Close by, Wholesome Wilmette is nationally ranked as a consistently top ten suburb based on the quality of schools as well the comparable affordability of quiet homes in family friendly neighborhoods so close to that luminous lake shore! Just a little beyond those bedroom communities blocks away, ultra-exclusive environs await Keenly Kenilworth Village residents who luckily call home upon Cook County's only master-planned lakeshore community remaining one of the most expensive zip codes in the entire United States! Another of Cook County's most enchantingly conceived family focused villages embodies not only some of the region's most impressive public schools but also features ultimately urbane neighbors in the popular enclave of Winsome Winnetka.

A few miles west of Chicago's official limits, Optimal Oak Park has restored the original homes of both Frank Lloyd Wright and Ernest Hemmingway now serving as internationally venerated museums- One may also discover the world's largest concentration of picturesquely preserved Wright designed residences right here in "O.P.!" Towards the far western outskirts of Cook County, other eminently exclusive villages promote genteel respite from city bustle including Hearlded Hoffman Estates surprising spectators at the Sears Center as well maintaining attractive housing bargains compared to surrounding villages supplying identically convenient access to Chicagoland's internationally acclaimed metropolitan amenities! Hoffman Estates is part of Chicago's "Golden Corridor" so named for the Midwestern myriad of Fortune 500 corporations' headquarters calling home to Sensational Schaumburg, additionally featuring that famous fine retailing "Westfield" megamall cornucopia, rivaling any downtown offering! Just a little further northwest, families fancy Baronial Barrington where residents relish a bounty of excellent public parks vigorously supporting the community with meeting facilities, baseball fields, outdoor & indoor basketball courts, playgrounds, tennis courts, and the unique "Aqualusion," water park there hosting families in zero-depth, lap, and diving pools!

In Cook County's southern suburbs, Optimal Orland Park offers a prolific public parks system maintaining sublime aquatic facilities with pools and water sildes greeting families nearby the "Sportsplex" facilitating all manner of year round community recreation with an indoor race track and gymnasium including a rock wall. The lovely ninety-five acre Lake Sedgwick is here adored by boaters and fishermen finding auspicious afternoons afloat. The Orland Park Mall overjoys shoppers succumbing here in droves delighted by upscale retailers including Macy's and Coach while distracting children with their own dedicated play area displaying functionally preserved carousel! Just over the southern city line, Tranquil Tinley Park has drawn thousands of terrific families to the tremendous public parks system as well downtown gentrification expanding open public spaces adjacent the "Tinley Park - Rock Island Train Station" further enhancing the recently developed "North Street Project": that highly anticipated multi-million downtown rehabilitation and erection of more than one-hundred condominiums featuring mixed use commercial retail and office space attached to a modern eleven screen multiplex theater providing seating capacity for nearly two-thousand movie goers all conveniently atop underground parking! A few more minutes south and more than seven golf courses are available to those residents resplendently residing here in Cozy Country Club Hills where circa 1955, developer J.E. Merrion envisioned the affordable and spacious ranch style "country" homes he priced within reach of the working man remaining so to this very day!

Jesuit Missionary Pierre Marquette and his geographer Louis Joliet would first popularize this area's propitious "Chicago Portage" waters and within just one dozen years of the Erie Canal's opening (connecting the Atlantic Ocean to Lake Erie), a land speculation boom exploded near here found short traverse over North America's "continental divide" hence allowing commercial navigation between the directionally opposed Great Lakes and Gulf Coast drainage basins! Over the next one-hundred years, millions of the working poor largely consisting of laboring immigrants would execute to materialization that visionary leadership intuited by Chicago's home grown pillars of American industry and innovation bearing names like William Butler Ogden, Potter Palmer, Gustavus Swift, Montgomery Ward, Marshall Fields, Jane Addams as well impossibly forgetten luminaries Louis Sullivan & Frank Lloyd Wright who would all in turn perfect their advancements here indelibly modernizing this community and civilization over little more than one-hundred years of incorporation thus forever branding metropolitan Chicago: "City of the Century." Cook County borders Lake County and Mc Henry County to the north; Du Page County and Kane County to the west; and Will County at the far southern terminus.

"It is hopeless for the occasional visitor to try to keep up with Chicago. She outgrows his prophecies faster than he can make them." - Mark Twain, 1883

Daniel A. Mooney

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  • Serving Lincoln Square (Bowmanville, Budlong Woods, Ravenswood,

About Daniel A. Mooney

Dan Mooney is a lifelong resident of Chicago and its most dynamic neighborhoods. After speaking with him just briefly you’ll quickly realize he loves the City of Chicago almost as much as he loves the people! As proof, Mr. Mooney has helped thousands of his friends close on more than $100,000,000 (One-Hundred Million!) in real estate just in the city! Mr. Mooney sees such tremendous referral business because he uses the Golden Rule with every client to meet their needs as if they were his own because when you choose Mr. Mooney he looks after you like family. As Mr. Mooney says himself “My current and past clients know- you may not always hear what you want but competent up-to-the-minute analysis yielding your satisfaction is always my highest priority. That means your timeline becomes my timeline, your goals are my goals-whether a first time buyer or a seasoned investor. “ On your first meeting with Mr. Mooney he will provide you with your best evidence, a complete list of recently closed clients with whom you may speak should you desire. Rest assured, Mr. Mooney’s vision, competence and professionalism will protect your interests from offer to closing.

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