30 acres, 336 units
48 luxury rowhomes
2015 (Phase I)
2016 (Phase II)
REVA Development Partners
BSB Design Group
The Oaks of Vernon Hills is a 336-unit luxury, multifamily development in Vernon Hills, Illinois. Phase I, consisting of 304 units, was completed in fall 2015, and Phase II, comprised of 32 units, was completed in spring 2016.
Located a quarter-mile northwest of Milwaukee Avenue on Route 45, just a mile from both the Vernon Hills and Prairie View Metra train stations, The Oaks offers residents access to convenient transportation and a dynamic mix of shopping, dining, recreation and entertainment options, as well as top-rated schools in District 103 and Adlai Stevenson High School in District 125.
This new development provides a unique opportunity for “renters by choice,” offering convenient amenities, condo-quality features and a selection of contemporary floor plans. The community includes a centrally located clubhouse, swimming pool, theater/gaming room, state-of-the-art fitness center, bocce ball court, dog park, walking trails and extensive green space.
The Oaks has earned the highly regarded LEED (Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design) Silver certification from the U.S. Green Building Council and is one of the greenest residential rental communities in suburban Chicago. The Oaks’ certification is based on such attributes as its Energy Star-rated appliances, energy-efficient construction materials, efficient plumbing fixtures, superior indoor air quality and recycling of construction waste.
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