Leave the City? Join the Region!

By June 11, 2015All, Living

Getting out of the city and into a calmer life style can be just what you need to get rid of some of the stress from your life and job and finally be able to have the life that you have always dreamed about. It can be difficult to sit down and decide on a place to live, but when you do, you should pick a place that is going to give you a lifestyle you have always wanted, an economy you can believe in, and plenty of activities to do when you are not at work.

If you are looking for a change for your family, why not look to Northwest Indiana? It may be close to Chicago, but it couldn’t be any further from it in terms of relaxation and a family friendly atmosphere.

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Photo Via http://schillings.com/

Photo Via http://schillings.com/

Moving to a new location can be tough at first, but if you choose wisely, you will be able to adapt easily into your new location without any problems. Choosing Northwest Indiana means you get the feel of the Midwest, while being away from the hustle and bustle of city life. Not everyone is made for Chicago so it can be a relief to leave and move somewhere close enough to see your family, but far enough away to have some peace.

So, why should you choose Northwest Indiana? The question is, why not? This great area has it all, a safe environment, a booming economy, plenty of family activities, great new businesses, and more!

There are new businesses moving to NWI in almost every town right now. Schererville, St. John, Crown Point, and Valparaiso are seeing a huge economical boost with some recognized brands joining and local companies starting to grow exponentially. There are places for all age groups and occupations. You can spend a weekend going out to places with the kids, or spend time with that special someone at one of the many restaurants and attractions available to the residents.

Where should I move to in Northwest Indiana?

Schilling Development has been actively building new communities throughout 2014 and 2015. They have lots available throughout almost every town in Northwest Indiana right now. Take a look at their site and the developers that are connected to them to get an idea of some of the best places to currently reside in the region. SchillingDevelopment.com

Being out of the city and into an area that will be safer for you and your family is important. With smaller towns and cities, you get the same opportunities to do things with your family, but you no longer carry some of the fear, stress, and high taxes from being in a big city. You have plenty of museums for you and your family to visit, while there are also a number of parks available as well.

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The schools in Northwest Indiana are all state recognized and your children will receive a great education. Most students end up at Lake Central High School which is just finishing up on a completely new rebuild and addition which added on new buildings, classrooms, technology, sporting equipment and fields, and much more. LC is a school that has shown it cares about the future of the students and helping build up the region of Northwest Indiana.

NWI also is home to some major universities as well, such as Purdue University Calumet and Indiana University Northwest. Both of these being very involved with local tasks going on through many of the citys.

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If you need a new start or perhaps you just need to get out of the bigger cities, but you don’t know where to go, you should look no further than Northwest Indiana. Here you can find everything it is that you have been looking for for your family and you will get a great quality of life for you to experience. Here, you can work for great new and built up businesses, send your kids to great schools, and you can live without a great fear and stress that you sometimes have in the city. Plus, you’ll be within an hour drive of the city so you will never have to fully abandon it.

Get a brand new outlook on life with a move to Northwest Indiana.

 

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