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Finger Companies Sees First Move-Ins at New Schaumburg Apartments

Houston-based the Finger Companies has welcomed the first move-ins at The Quin, a four-story, 373-unit rental community at 2450 Plum Grove Road in Schaumburg, IL. It’s the firm’s first ground-up development in the Chicago area.

“Our company has had an exceptional track record of identifying markets on an upward trajectory, like the village of Schaumburg, which continues to attract top employers and new residents,” said Jill Jewett, president and co-owner of the Finger Companies, whose portfolio locally includes The Treehouse in Schaumburg and The Elaine in Northbrook. “With The Quin, we saw an opportunity to bring the kind of upscale rental experience that is often associated with city-center high-rises to suburban residents who want condominium-quality design and finishes in a highly amenitized community.”

Located across the street from Veridian, a 225-acre mixed-use development, The Quin is centrally located to popular attractions like Top Golf, Woodfield Mall and Busse Woods, in addition to major area employers like Motorola Solutions and Zurich North America.


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