Stony Island Office/Retail Building. 3600 SF with 10 secure parking spaces. Investor Users are perfect for this great property. Stony Island Retail corridor with strong neighbors including Dunkin Donuts, CVS, Dollar Tree, Dialysis Center, High Household Incomes and Extremely High Traffic Counts! Parking in front of stores for quick entry and exit easy and available. Public transportation bus stop in front!! Great pedestrian traffic in one of Chicago's most solid residential communities and commercial corridors! Fantastic investment opportunity!! Do not disturb current tenants. Schedule to view with proper notice!! Easy access.
This listing 8801 South Stony Island Avenue Chicago, Il 60617
is a retail/stores listing
on a lot of 9,164 sqft (or 78'9.5x116'4). 8801 South Stony Island Avenue was built in 1970. 8801 South Stony Island Avenue is located in Chicago and in ZIP Code 60617.
It has been listed on our site since 10/2/17.
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