Our Commitment To Bloomingdale

“When it became necessary to close the golf course at Indian lakes, we committed to finding a new use that would retain property value, preserve the character of the neighborhood and provide the community with substantial economic benefit,” said Stephen Schwartz, Manager of First ILR, LLC owners of Indian Lakes. “It’s fitting that after more than a half century, Indian Lakes’ future is a resort-at-home neighborhood, where residents can live an active lifestyle rather than just visit for a round of golf or stay the weekend.”


Retaining 1/3 of the property as open space and reconnecting the property to the neighborhood with a walking trail


Investing in new stormwater management infrastructure to reduce chronic flooding in the area


Over $5.5 million in net new annual tax revenue, including $4.4 million for area schools


Providing new in-demand ranch-style homes designed to meet the needs of aging baby-boomers and empty nesters


Stay Informed

We are excited that a community discussion will be held on our plan to repurpose, reinvest and reconnect Indian Lakes to the broader community. Given the intense community interest, at the request of the Village, the third public meeting will be held on:

Tuesday, May 14, 2019
6:00 p.m.
Lake Park High School East Campus
600 Medinah Road
Roselle, IL 60172

A New Beginning

The proposed Four Seasons at Indian Lakes is an age-restricted community that offers its residents an active, resort-at-home lifestyle.

Four Seasons will offer residents ranch-style floor plans that are needed in Bloomingdale and DuPage County. The combination of a lusciously landscaped environment, clubhouse offering numerous social activities and maintenance-free living, provides an amenity rich, active lifestyle for residents 55 and older. This type of housing option is needed to address changing demographic trends in the region. The new neighborhood will generate substantial economic and tax benefits for the community.

Learn More

Since unveiling the concept plan with neighbors, we have received thoughtful feedback and made refinements. It is likely that additional updates and changes will be necessary. Share your thoughts, comments or questions by using the “Contact Us” section of our website. Join the email list and you will be the first to know of updates.