Apartments in Wheaton Near Historic Downtown

Easy Access to Chicago

Wheaton Center is just a block from historic downtown, where you’ll find entertainment venues and restaurants that offer an array of cuisines to please your palate. You can also find treasures in the local boutiques and shops. Dining options include IL Sogno, Kilwins, Gino’s East, Gia Mia, and Sushi Mono. Nearby attractions include DuPage Children’s Museum, Cosley Zoo, The Morton Arboretum, Aurora Regional Fire Museum, Blackberry Farm, and Phillips Park Zoo.
The Illinois Prairie Path is great for taking a walk or bike ride through scenic nature trails. These trails span for 61 miles and connect DuPage, Cook, and Kane Counties. You can also spend some time at Herrick Lake Forest Preserve or Blackwell Forest Preserve. 

These scenic areas are great for fishing, boating, camping, tubing, and more. Check out Danada Forest Preserve for horseback riding, which offers 80 miles of trails.

Whether you’re seeking a night out or want to spend the day outdoors, Wheaton and the surrounding areas offer a multitude of fun options for the whole family. 

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    Adelle's Fine American Fare

    Adelle's is an amazing little restaurant here in Wheaton. Recipient of the Diner's Choice award from OpenTable 2 years in a row, come and experience a fresh and unique dining experience. Owner Debbie has been in the restaurant business for a while, and it really shows with this great place.

    Sushi Mono

    The same date of city of Chicago’s birthday on March 4th of 2010, Sushi Mono has opened a fine dining Japanese contemporary restaurant in the heart of Downtown Wheaton, featuring the original Japanese cuisine like nigiri and sashimi with a variety of signature blend sushi rolls, and also ‘non-raw’ kitchen entrees like Filet Mignon, Beef Rib, Sea Bass and Lobster, which offers distinct modern dining experiences.

    Gino's East

    For 50 years, the original Gino’s East has been offering the best deep dish pizza experience in Chicago. Since we opened our doors in 1966, we’ve shared millions of our signature golden-crust Chicago-style pizzas with Chicagoans, celebrities, and visitors from all over the world. Don’t believe us? The writing is on the walls! We’re world-famous for our tradition of letting all of our customers leave their mark on our restaurant. Come by and leave some graffiti, if you can find a spot, and see if you can find it next year!

    IL Sogno

    IL Sogno being family owned and operated, our belief is that our customers needs are not only of the utmost importance when it comes to their dining experience but also their personal experience, be treated as friends as family, as if mom was coming home. Our entire team is committed to those needs.

    We would welcome the opportunity to earn your trust and deliver you the best service experience in the industry.

    Gia Mia

    Gia Mia's main focus is to provide chef-driven, farm-to-fork food concepts such as Neapolitan style wood-fired pizzas, creative small plates, fresh homemade pasta, antipasto, and hand-made mozzarella to name a few. The mixology bar concept will include offering specialty craft beers as well as an exclusive wine list with flavors carefully chosen to complement our delectable food plates.

    Mariano's Grocery

    Mariano’s is unlike any other store. See for yourself how we bring you the freshest high-quality foods from just about everywhere in the it kosher bagels from down the street, or mozzarella from Caserta, Italy. And we created a neighborhood shopping environment filled with amenities like an Italian coffee shop serving authentic gelato, a wood-fired pizza oven, and sit down sushi bar; not to mention a full-service pharmacy. All at prices so compelling, that our Shop well. Eat well. Live well. philosophy can become yours too.