3D ultrasound Mount Prospect


Featured city of the week of January 24 to January 28, 2011.

If you are from Mount Prospect, IL, and you are pregnant, congratulations! Your city is the featured city at First Peek Ultrasound. During this week, you can receive a FREE 3D ultrasound (First Peek Package, normally priced at $59).

Featured city of the week appointments are available on weekdays only.

If you live in the city that is featured and you are pregnant, all you have to do is call us, tell us that your city is featured as the city of the week, and we will book your appointment at an available time of your choice for any weekday this week. Or you can schedule online.

You must have a valid driver's license or library card of the featured city to qualify for the free 3d ultrasound.


If you would like to have your city or small town featured on our website, please email us at firstpeek@oakparkultrasound.com with the name of your town and what makes your town interesting.

List of other featured cities in the past.

Coming from Mount Prospect to get a 3D ultrasound?

First Peek Ultrasound is located around 30-45 minutes from Mount Prospect
in Oak Park, IL (18 miles). Our address is
    7121A W. North Ave.
    Oak Park, IL 60302.
Contact Us

Map to First Peek Ultrasound at 7121A W. North Ave., Oak Park, IL 60302


Directions from Mount Prospect, IL
We are located just 15 minutes from downtown Chicago and around 30 to 45 minutes from Mount Prospect, IL, depending on traffic.

When coming from Mount Prospect...

If you live near Rand Road...
Head southeast on Rand Road.
Merge onto I-294 S.
Merge onto I-290E. Take the Harlem exit (exit #283).
Turn left on Harlem, going north.
Continue on Harlem Ave. for about 6 miles, until you reach Lake Street.
Make a right turn on Lake Street.
You will see the Shaker Building on your left-hand side. It is a large building with green awnings, located on Marion and Lake Street.


Location of First Peek Ultrasound, building with the green awnings

For Parking
Continue down Lake Street until you see the first traffic light, which is Marion Ave.
Make a left turn on Marion Ave. and make a left turn into the Holly Court parking lot immediately behind the building.
Go past the parking lot and enter the parking structure.
Parking is free for the first hour in this parking structure. Parking is only $1 for the hour after that.
You can then enter the building via the back entrance.

Feel free to call us at 708-870-0808 for directions for your upcoming appointment at First Peek Ultrasound.

First Peek Ultrasound proudly serves Mount Prospect, IL. Come visit us and see for yourself why First Peek Ultrasound is Mount Prospect's favorite 3D ultrasound studio.


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Hello. I would like you to add Mount Prospect as the featured city because it's a wonderful suburb. I would say it has some very good schools and the neighborhoods are great. I would really recommend it for people looking for somewhere nice to live, especially with kids. It is a fun place to grow up and it hosts many family events in the downtown Mount Prospect area. I can go on and on but these are some of the reasons that I think make my city special. That's why I would like you to add it to your list...

...thank you!
Mayra M., Mount Prospect, IL



Location of Mount Prospect
Location of Mount Prospect

Mount Prospect, "Where Friendliness is a Way of Life” is a village in Cook County, Illinois, about 22 miles northwest of downtown Chicago. As of the 2000 Census, this northwest suburb of Chicago had a total population of 56,265. In 2008, Mount Prospect achieved the distinction of being the #1 Best Place to Raise Your Kids in the United States. Mount Prospect originally consisted only of the zip code of 60056, but now it includes the zip codes 60056, 60057, and 60058. The area code of Mount Prospect was originally 708, which was the area code of all or almost all Chicago suburbs. It was then changed to 847, making it one of the first cities to have an area code with the second digit being something other than a 0 or a 1.
Randhurst
A tribute to Randhurst

Randhurst Mall, previously known as Randhurst Center or, as we used to call it when hanging out there as teenagers, simply Randhurst, was a shopping mall that was located at the corner of Rand Road (U.S. Route 12) and Elmhurst Road (IL Route 83) in Mount Prospect, Illinois. The mall took its name from combining the names of these two roads. The original owner of the mall was the Randhurst Corporation (a joint venture of Carson Pirie Scott, Wieboldt's, and Montgomery Ward); the land is currently owned by Casto Lifestyle Properties. At the time of its 1962 opening, it was the first enclosed regional mall in the Chicago area and the largest enclosed air-conditioned space in the United States. Upon the building of Randhurst, the population, attraction of businesses, and "coolness" of this city dramatically increased. Randhurst reached its height of foot traffic, retail space, and occupancy level in the early 1990's. At its 2008 closure, the mall was anchored by Bed Bath & Beyond, Carson Pirie Scott, and Costco. The mall has been demolished and is being rebuilt as a lifestyle center. The anchors are to remain as part of the new development. Demolition began in the winter of 2008/2009. The mall was then gutted as it still contained hazardous asbestos insulation. By the following summer, visible demolition work had resumed. Less than eleven months after Randhurst closed, the mall's signature dome was pulled down on August 28, 2009, thus ending not only the existence of Chicagoland's first enclosed mall but the memories of our Mount Prospect adolescence as well.

Ian Brennan, Mount Prospect, IL
Ian Brennan, creator of Glee, is from Mount Prospect

If you have ever accidentally watched an episode of Glee and noticed, like I have, that it had an eerie uncanny resemblance to your own choir class in Mount Prospect, this is because Ian Brennan, the screenwriter and producer of Glee, was born in Mount Prospect and spent his four years in high school at Prospect High School and conceived the idea for Glee based on his own experience as a member of the Prospect High School show choir.

Ian Brennan explained, "I find it interesting that there is something in everybody, a longing for something transcendent, particularly in a place like Mt. Prospect, a place that’s very suburban and normal and plain [sic]. Even in places like that, there’s this desire to shine. That’s fascinating and very funny to me, especially when people try to accomplish this through show choir – which, to me, is inherently a little ridiculous."

Jennifer Morrison, Mount Prospect, IL
Jennifer Morrison, American actress, is from Mount Prospect

Jennifer Morrison, born on April 12, 1979, is an American actress, model, and film producer. She is best known for her role as Dr. Allison Cameron in House, whom she played for over five years. Jennifer Morrison was born in Chicago and raised in Arlington Heights, and went to high school in Mount Prospect, IL at Prospect High School.