GREAT COMMERCIAL MIXED USE, RETAIL, OFFICE, DEVELOPMENT LAND PARCEL IN GLENVIEW, ON CHESTNUT, LOT SIZE 90X290, 26,100 SQ FT, RIGHT NEAR THE BUSY INTERSECTION OF CHESTNUT AND WAUKEGAN,TRAFFIC COUNT ON WAUKEGAN - 21,800 VPD TRAFFIC COUNT ON CHESTNUT -13,600 VPD, B-2 ZONING, VACANT 4500 SQ FT COMMERCIAL MASONRY WAREHOUSE ON PROPERTY, 2 DRIVE IN DOORS, 16 FT CEILING HEIGHT, LARGE PARKING AREA, COULD BE USED FOR RETAIL OR COMMERCIAL MIXED USE DEVELOPMENT, OWNER WILL CONSIDER ALL REASONABLE OFFERS. CALL LISTING AGENT FOR SHOWING.
Commercial, Conditional Use, Office and Research, Planned Unit Development, Residential-Multi-Family, Retail, Special Use
Central Business District, Mixed Use Area
Curbs and Gutters, Garbage Removal
Electric to Site, Gas to Site, Sanitary Sewer to Site, Water-Municipal, Water to Site
Taxes & Fees
$11, 214 (2016)
2 (Window/Wall Unit)
This listing 1735 Chestnut Avenue Glenview, Il 60025
is a land listing
with on a lot of 23,087 sqft (or 0.53 acres). 1735 Chestnut Avenue is located in Glenview and in ZIP Code 60025.
It has been listed on our site since 3/2/18.
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