Bartlett, Illinois has been around since its incorporation in 1891. Located just north of Chicago, Bartlett was named after the Bartlett family, who donated the land and money towards a train stop that began the village that is the populous area it is today. The Village of Bartlett has maintained its small-town charm, with over 41,000 residents calling the village home.
Recently, there has been an influx of businesses to the area and with it the town has grown to accommodate the new businesses with a 640-acre business park. The community is very friendly, and the local businesses are supportive of each other.
For those looking to move their business to Bartlett, square footage is going to be more difficult to come by with the increased demand for office space. Our CubeSmart Self-Storage Facility in Bartlett, located in the industrial area off of East Devon, is a great option for making sure your business is functioning at its highest potential.
Local Customers are Saying:
"Glad we chose CubeSmart. It is extremely convenient for us, clean, secure, and safe."
"Great team at this location. Friendly, fast and helpful. My space is lit well on the exterior and paths are clean even when it snows heavily."
Our on-site managers are there to assist with all your business and personal storage needs. With packing supplies, locks, and a free move-in truck available, we help make your move-in process go as smoothly as possible. There's also 24-hour video recording, deliveries accepted, and options for recreational vehicle and boat parking.
Take a Tour of the Facility:
When you're done parking your boat after a trip to nearby Lake Michigan or storing inventory for your business, grab a bite to eat at one of the local restaurants. O'Hare's and The Still are both recommended by our manager for a good burger. If you're in the mood for Japanese or Chinese food, visit TL's Four Seasons. These restaurants are all conveniently located within a mile-and-a-half radius of our facility in Bartlett.
Photo via Kristina D.C. Hoeppner on Flickr
Something you won't see everywhere is the BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir Complex, a local place of Hindu worship. It also offers lessons in the history of Hinduism. The stunning architecture of the building is hand-carved and takes after traditional Indian architecture. Visiting hours are between 9 am and 7:30 pm throughout the year. Before you visit, be sure to look at the website to make sure you meet all the dress code requirements.
Bartlett hosts an annual 4th of July Festival, a five-day celebration of America's Independence that was started to "create memories for the children of the community." Not only are fireworks scheduled, there is also a carnival for the family, a beer tent for the adults, daily Bingo, and other fun events.
Are you a proud resident of Bartlett? We’d love it if you shared some of your favorite things about your neighborhood in the comments section below!
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Featured image via Flickr
Village of Bartlett website: http://www.village.bartlett.il.us/home