Countertops in Niles, IL

With borders cozying up against Chicago to the south and Skokie to the east, Niles started out with farms and greenhouses, giving an agricultural vibe until the 1950s, when housing developments started cropping up as land became annexed to make room for amenities such as the Golf Mill Shopping Center. Niles is an ethnically diverse community and has frequently been named one of the best and most affordable places to raise kids, with good schools and lower taxes as major draws. While there is no Metra commuter stop in Niles, nearby communities offer train stations at a short drive. Within the community, a free bus transports residents around for shopping and entertainment. In a family-centered community like Niles, homeowners want value for their remodeling dollars. They know they get just that with Atlantis Granite and Quartz, making Atlantis Niles’ go-to company for kitchens and baths.