A Rich History
Aurora is home to the Near Eastside, Palace Street, Tanner, and Riddle Highlands local historic districts. Nationally, Aurora is known for the LaSalle Street Auto Row, Stolp Island, and West Side historic districts. These areas feature a variety of landmarks and museums that are great for those who enjoy history and want to learn more about their town.
A Variety of Community Events
Aurora loves to promote a strong sense of community for its residents. As part of these efforts, the city hosts a wide variety of events where residents can become involved in their city, meet others, and have a great time. Trivia Night, M.U.S.I.C. Mondays, Open Mic Night, Kids on the Water and more all give residents opportunities to cut loose and have fun.
Shopping and Dining
Another benefit that comes with having a new-build home in Aurora is exploring the endless shopping and dining opportunities in the area. If you love to shop, you’ll want to visit the Chicago Premium Outlets and the Fox Valley Mall. And for dining, some favorite restaurants in the area include South Moon BBQ, Portillo’s Hot Dogs, Jake’s Bagels & Deli, Double Yolk, and Ballydoyle Irish Pub & Restaurant.
Discover the neighborhood and all it has to offer
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