10-20 Acres for Industrial Development

33W300 Route 38 Geneva, IL 60134

33W300 Route 38, Geneva, IL, 60134
33W300 Route 38, Geneva, IL, 60134
Property Type:
Other Land
Last Verified:
Feb 26, 2021


  • 10-20 acre development site
  • Annexed to the city of Geneva
  • Concept plan approved by City
  • 1,177 ft frontage on Rt 38
  • Multiple curb cuts
  • Generally level topography
  • Business park to the north


19.96 acres of land. Divisible to 10 acres. Well-located for industrial development. Significant frontage on Rt 38. A concept plan was approved in May 2020 by the City of Geneva, subject to rezoning from B4 to I1. This would allow 235,000 sf or more of industrial buildings on the site with access from Rt 38. Annexed in 2003. Most of the site is currently farmed and includes two vacant old houses & several farm buildings. Three existing curb cuts onto Rt 38. 2019 Taxes: $11,359

On north side of IL Rt 38 (State St / Roosevelt Rd) between Kirk Rd & Kautz Rd, and just west of the Rt 38 bridge over the Union Pacific Railroad at Kautz Rd.

Approx. 1 mile south of DuPage County Airport at eastern edge of both Geneva Township and Kane County. Immediately west of the City of West Chicago and DuPage County. The area is part of a major office/industrial corridor. An established industrial park borders the site to the north.

Lot Size: 19.96 acres

Map of 33W300 Route 38, Geneva, IL, 60134

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