Business Climate

Tinley Park is a fast-growing community of nearly 60,000 people in the southwest region of metropolitan Chicago. Strategically located 30 minutes from downtown Chicago, 30 minutes from Midway International Airport and only 27 miles from O’Hare International Airport, Tinley Park combines the business advantages of a growing suburban community with the competitive strengths of the Chicago market.

A recent study by Prophet Management Consultancy and Northwestern University proved that Metro Chicago offers unique advantages for business: abundant business resources, livability, culture, location, diversity, infrastructure, natural beauty and sense of community. A report from CB Richard Ellis National Research predicted that the Interstate 80 Corridor, including Tinley Park, will be one of the fastest-growing business locations in metro Chicago for the next decade. Additionally, Tinley Park was recognized as one of the prime growth markets for commercial, office, manufacturing and technology.

Growth and Expansion Opportunities
Tinley Park provides the best of all worlds for business growth and expansion. Growth companies are able to benefit from the proven success and leadership in Tinley Park, as well as the opportunities in both Cook and Will counties. It is a fast-growing suburban community dedicated to business diversity and growth, with easy access to the labor force, transportation, education, market, lifestyle and cultural advantages of the entire Chicago metropolitan area. Tinley Park is the community where business plans turn into profits! For more information, call (708) 444-5030.
"Tinley Park leaders appreciate business and understand development. This community has a can-do attitude. Tinley Park wants quality development, and the Village government works with business leaders to get the job done."

Aristotle Halikias
President of Inter-Continental Development

Nationally Recognized Advantages

  • Attractive business incentives
  • Available full-service sites and buildings
  • Center for global and NAFTA markets
  • Central multi-modal transportation location
  • Economic diversity and stability
  • Lower business and living costs
  • Plentiful and productive labor force of more than four million people (in the metro area)
  • Second-ranked metro for Fortune 500 company headquarters
  • Top-ranked business investment opportunities
  • Top-ranked metro for gross regional product growth
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