Amflex Packaging Corp, based in downtown Skokie, is a small, local distributor of packaging equipment and…More safety supplies including stretch wrap, shrink equipment and film, shrink bands and tree-wrapping. Around since 1964, Amflex provides these products to local printers, manufacturers and food producers and distributors.
George Street Parkway 7840 Park Ave, Skokie, IL60077 George Street Parkway is a stretch of "green space" west of Niles Center Road in between two tracts of houses. The…More space is populated by tall trees offering plenty of shade for lounging or picnicking. Dogs are permitted.
Kawaga Garden 4345 Lee St, Skokie, IL60076 Kawaga Garden is a small park tucked away in a neighborhood west of Crawford and a couple of blocks north of Main. The…More park is very tranquil (there are no playgrounds or sports fields) and features a modest flower garden and a variety of trees. There are two benches within the park, making it a nice place to relax on warm autumn days.
Shawnee Park 3730 Lee St, Skokie, IL60076 Shawnee is a relaxing, family-friendly park situated a couple blocks north of Main, relatively close to Crawford Ave. It…More features a brand-new basketball court and a pleasant play area for kids. The court and play area are separated by a stretch of lawn dotted with old trees and wrought-iron park benches.
Channelside Park 3219 Main St, Skokie, IL60076 This park runs along the North Shore Channel and consists of three soccer fields bordered by trees and bushes. Please…More note that the park is not handicapped accessible as there are no paths leading to the fields. There is free parking in the Marshall's and Sam's Club lot next to the park.
Oakton Street Condominiums 5200 Oakton St, Skokie, IL60077 Oakton Street Condominiums are near downtown Skokie, around the corner from the public library. Engulfed in trees, the…More large private balconies are private and secluded. A parking lot and garages are located behind the building for easy access. Friendly neighbors in the complex, as well as around the area, will surely convince you to stay here.
Allan Weissburg Park 4250 Grant St, Skokie, IL60076 This lovely nature park is a memorial park dedicated to former Skokie Park District Commissioner, Allan A. Weissburg,…More who also served the village in various other capacities throughout the middle part of the last century. The park has a couple of well-kept flower gardens and a variety of trees. It is a nice place for a stroll or for meditation.
Horigan Urban Forest Products 8110 Monticello Ave, Skokie, IL60076 This business produces hardwood lumber from the urban forest of Chicago. When trees need to be removed, Horigan mills…More and kiln dries them, working with cabinet makers, builders and artists who use the lumber to create unique items.
Henry O. Gleiss Park 9301 Keystone Ave, Skokie, IL60076 Gleiss Park expresses the nice blend of urban and suburban qualities that Skokie offers its residents. The park, to its…More north, houses a couple of tennis courts and two mini-basketball courts. The rest of the park is devoted to showcasing the variety of trees native to the region. In between the courts and the park itself is a small children's playground with a slide and a swingset and some benches parents can sit upon while enjoying the landscape.