Countertops in Glenview, IL

Incorporated in 1899, the Village of Glenview was mainly farmland until after World War II, when developers recognized the value of the area as a suburb. Just 15 miles north of the Chicago downtown, Glenview was once home to the Naval Air Station Glenview, but when that closed in 1995, it was deeded back to the Village, which transformed the 1,121-acre parcel into a community development called “The Glen,” which now includes single-family homes and commercial buildings, as well as a lake, golf courses, the Kohl Children’s Museum, walking paths, and a Metra station. Glenview retains links to its rural past with many outdoor amenities, from forest preserves to bike trails, as well as a large historical prairie area called “The Grove.” Glenview is a modern suburb where homeowners understand the value of top quality. That’s why they count on Atlantis Granite and Quartz for the best in countertops and solid surfaces for their new builds or old-home projects.