Business & Development

NEW SIGN ORDINANCE
Read more about the Village of Orland Park's new sign rules, regulations and permits needed.
The Village of Orland Park continues to be a top destination for new and expanding businesses. As a village, we continue to support local businesses, encourage investment as well as reinvestment in the community and recognize the importance of a strong commercial presence in Orland Park.”
~ Trustee Carole Griffin Ruzich, Committee Chair
DEVELOPMENT SERVICES, PLANNING AND ENGINEERING
The Village of Orland Park remains a highly desired destination of choice for businesses to call home. Please join us in welcoming the following businesses, as well as the hundreds of businesses that also chose Orland Park throughout the years.

Von Maur Department Store   to Orland Square
Von Maur Department Store to Orland Square
Updated December 2018
The Village of Orland Park has completed the economic incentive package that was instrumental in bringing Von Maur Department Store to Orland Square. Read more >

Rock and Brews coming to Orland Park
Rock and Brews
Updated December 2018
The petitioner proposes to construct a 6,500 square foot rock and roll themed restaurant on Lot 7 of the Orland Crossing Shopping Center. In 2007, the Village Board of Trustees approved this lot for an Ethan Allen Furniture Gallery that was never fully developed. Lot 7 is the last developable parcel available in Orland Crossing. Read more >

Hobby Lobby coming to Orland Park
Hobby Lobby
Updated December 2018
Hobby Lobby will soon fill the space previously occupied by HHGregg at Orland Park Place. Hobby Lobby is currently completing a remodel of the 45,080 square foot space. The remodel is estimated at nearly $1 million private investment into the property. The store anticipates an early 2019 opening.

Andy's Frozen Yogurt Coming to Orland Park
Andy's Frozen Yogurt
Updated December 2018
The former Wendy’s Restaurant at 14555 LaGrange Road is being developed as an Andy’s Frozen Custard. The 2,131 square foot building is under construction and will have a drive thru. This project is another example of re-investment into the LaGrange Road Corridor, with new construction replacing a formerly vacant restaurant. Andy’s Frozen Custard anticipates an opening in early 2019.
ORLAND PARK BUSINESS OWNERS:
Thank you for being a vital part of the business community. Please take a moment to complete the following surveys to assist the village in our continuous effort for improvement and advancement.