As they say with any business...LOCATION LOCATION LOCATION!! This is "THE" Location! West Town's newly renovated area of Ukrainian Village this Commercial- Mixed Use area offers a Busy/high traffic highly visible Corner Location! Vanilla Boxed with Bamboo Flooring and ready to go! Complete with built in Security System, Built in Wiring for surround sound speaker system, excellent window visibility, natural light and every other window at the top will open, Central Air, F/A Gas heat, 1/2 bath with ceramic flooring & vanity and more storage or use-able space in basement. 2 entrances. Build to Suit or Buy Completed Blue Prints for Cafe that owner was going to start! Property has already been divided into separate PINS for new owners convenience and includes 2 Residential Duplex Units that are 2bd/2.1Ba above the store front w/ Separate Address and Entrances as well. One has a 1 yr lease and the other is the owner.
This listing 2258 West Grand Avenue Chicago, Il 60612
is a mixed use listing
on a lot of 2,400 sqft (or 24x100). 2258 West Grand Avenue was built in 2010. 2258 West Grand Avenue is located in Chicago and in ZIP Code 60612.
It has been listed on our site since 5/17/18.
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