• Strength in the Chicago metropolitan area, the void in proximate, entitled undeveloped land, and aged housing stock of limited product
    • prompt higher rents for apartments and sales prices for home
    • offer an opportunity for significant sales velocity through marketing multiple product types under a segmentation plan


  • Poplar-Prairie Stone Crossing Shopping Center, a Target anchored retail center at the southwest corner of State Routes 59 and 72
  • Prairie Stone Business Park with retail including Cabela’s and Duluth Trading, fitness at the Prairie Stone Sports and Wellness Center, and entertainment at the Main Event and the Sears Centre Arena (11,800 seats)
  • The Arboretum, a 600,000-square foot upscale lifestyle shopping center at the northeast corner of State Routes 59 and 72
  • Approximately seven miles from Plum Farms are two Jewel Osco grocery/pharmacy stores and Mariano’s Fresh Market. Approximately nine miles southeast is a Whole Foods Market near Woodfield Mall


  • Immediately to the west of Plum Farms is the Spring Creek Forest Preserve, an approximately 4,000-acre wilderness preserve bordered by Route 72 to the south and Lake Cook Road to the north. Located 2.5 miles to the south is the Poplar Creek Forest Preserve, a 4,400-acre preserve of trails, prairies, woodlands and ponds. The preserves offer hiking, bicycling, horseback riding, fishing and bird watching
  • Immediately to the north and northeast of Plum Farms are the residential communities of Barrington Hills, South Barrington, Barrington and Inverness


  • Woodfield Mall, nine miles southeast along I-90, is the largest shopping mall in the State and one of the largest malls in the nation
  • Neighboring Schaumburg’s office market, the second largest in the Chicago Metropolitan Statistical Area, includes Zurich Insurance, IBM, Genworth Financial, Comcast, Verizon Wireless, OptumRx and others