Glencoe Metra Station 724 Green Bay Rd, Winnetka, IL60093 Glencoe's historic Romanesque train station has served the village since 1891, offering swift passage to the heart of…More downtown Chicago at the Ogilvie Transportation Center in about 40 minutes. The depot is served by Metra's Union Pacific North Line, which makes stops all along Lake Michigan before terminating in Kenosha, Wisconsin.
Indian Hill Train Station 111 Green Bay Rd, Winnetka, IL60093 Indian Hill Train Station rests on the side of the Metra train line going from Chicago to Kenosha. No agents reside at…More this station.
John A. Hagenah 460 Winnetka Ave, Winnetka, IL60093 John A. Hagenah is an architect with an office just east of the Metra tracks on Winnetka Avenue. He specializes in…More renovation, restoration and improvement. Hagenah says he prefers to "preserve the integrity of the existing structure and improve its function by adding new technologies and practical designs." Hagenah also designs new homes and additions.
Nails Spa 555 Lincoln Ave, Winnetka, IL60093 Located amid the businesses on Lincoln Avenue, Nails Spa is just a short walk from the Winnetka Metra station. Offering…More a variety of nailcare services, Nails Spa aims to make its customers nails feel healthy and look good. Call to make an appointment.
Hill Road Park Green Bay Rd & Sunset Rd, Winnetka, IL60093 Hill Road Park is not one of the frequent destinations of Winnetka families. The park is, essentially, only a strip of…More grass between Sunset Road and Willow Road on the east side of Green Bay. However, this space bordering the Metra tracks could be a great spot for a private picnic.
The Treetop Studio 911 Green Bay Rd, Winnetka, IL60093 With an array of artwork, The Treetop Studio features four artists who specialize in fine landscape paintings. The…More artists use the studio as a workspace, and their paintings are featured at galleries throughout Chicagoland and Michigan. The Treetop Studio's entrance can be hard to find, but it is located in the alley between the Metra tracks and the businesses on Green Bay Road.
Shelton Park Old Green Bay Rd & Harbor St, Glencoe, IL60022 Situated between Old Green Bay Road and the Metra tracks, Edith Huey Shelton Park is a natural getaway: Green Bay Trail,…More Phil Thomas Memorial Playground, tennis courts and a bike path are all located within the park. In addition, the park is well-shaded, which makes it a great place to spend a day with the family.
Indian Hill Park Hill Rd & Wilson St, Winnetka, IL60093 Right near Hill Park on the opposite side of the Metra tracks, this park is decidedly larger. With a pavilion,…More playground and open spaces, Indian Hill Park provides a little bit of everything. However, there is very limited -- if any -- available parking on school days.
M. Stefanich Antiques 569 Lincoln Ave, Winnetka, IL60093 At the north end of Lincoln Avenue and just east of the Metra tracks, this store is stocked with china, dishware and…More more, all of which is in great condition. With a display window of silver candlesticks diningware, M. Stefanich Antiques is full of exquisite items that will give its customers' homes a refined touch. Visit the store for information regarding on-sale items.
Green Bay Trail Wilson St & Maple St, Winnetka, IL60093 Green Bay Trail is a paved trail that runs with Green Bay Road along the side of the Metra tracks through much of…More Winnetka and Glencoe. It is ideal for running and biking and also passes near or through a number of neighborhood parks. Benches along the way provide resting places for anybody working up a sweat, and dogs are allowed on the trail as well.
This printing broker does not provide printing services; instead, it shops around to find its clients the best…More printers for a specific job. According to the owner, this helps customers find the best deal, and saves them the trouble of having to contact multiple printers. Magnaprint can broker any type of print job, such as wedding invitations, corporate and commercial material and checks. The business is in the back of a high-end antique shop; customers wind their way through vases and other relics to reach the front desk.
The shared parking lot is hard to find as it is non-descript; look for the first commercial driveway on Tower road, just west of the Metra train.
Winnetka Village Hall sits in the center of Winnetka life -- across from the Metra station and in the midst of the…More downtown business district. The building itself is a Winnetka landmark. Housed in Village Hall are the offices of the village cashier, utility billing, and the community development department, zoning board and plan committee. The Village Council chambers, administration offices, city attorney, human resources department, clerk and voter registration offices are located on the second floor.
Before the current building was constructed, the Village Council was housed in Academy Hall from 1899-1925. After that, the Winnetka Fire Department was located in Academy Hall before a new facility was built on the site in 1968.