Hoffman Estates, IL is an upper class suburb in the state of Illinois located about 30 miles northwest of the Chicago’s ‘loop’. As of the 2010 census 51,900 people lived within the city limits.

Centex Corporation mass-produced houses on adjacent lots creating what is now known as Hoffman Estates.  In 1958, the Northwest Tollway opened, making the village more attractive to Chicago commuters. Beginning in 1961, the first land north of the tollway was annexed to the village of Hoffman Estates.  The opening of the Woodfield Mall made the area a major business center, and an attempt to change the name of the village to East Barrington (1980’s) failed upon a residential vote.

The business park came to fruition in 1993 when Sears, Roebuck and Company relocated from the Sears Tower in Chicago to the northwest part of Prairie Stone. Development of the business park is still ongoing, and recent additions in the 2000’s include the Sears Centre arena, office buildings for Serta, WT Engineering, I-CAR, and Mary Kay, Cabela’s outdoor outfitters store, a Marriott hotel, and more.

Today, the village serves as the headquarters location for Sears Holdings Corporation, the Midwest headquarters for AT&T, and the American headquarters for Mori Seiki. Hoffman Estates owns the Sears Centre (home of the Chicago Slaughter of the Indoor Football League).

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