1222 N Eola Road, Aurora, IL, 60502

1222 N Eola Road Aurora, IL 60502

1222 N Eola Road, Aurora, IL, 60502
1222 N Eola Road, Aurora, IL, 60502
Property Type:
Multi Tenant Office
Last Verified:
Feb 16, 2021


  • Excellent visibility and signage on busy Eola Rd
  • Proximity to Indian Trail and North Aurora Rd
  • Attractive, efficient construction
  • Desirable single-story building
  • Well maintained property and grounds


Available professional office, medical office, or specialty retail space in an attractive single story, multi-tenant building. The well-maintained masonry building was built in 2000. Offers strong visibility & signage on busy Eola Rd. Current tenants include Turner Pain & Wellness Center & Edward-Elmhurst Health.

Located at the northeast gateway to Aurora IL in an upscale mixed-use area. Western suburb of Chicago near the western edge of Naperville. Located just north of Indian Trail / North Aurora Rd and east of Stonebridge County Club. Convenient proximity to I-88 and IL Rt 59. The property offers excellent traffic counts with 36,900 VPD on Eola Rd and 19,300 VPD on Indian Trail Rd/N Aurora Ave (56,200 VPD at intersection).

Year Built: 2004
Building Size: 12000sq ft
Building Class: B
Lot Size: 0 acres

Units for Lease

Suite C
Space Available: 2000 SF
Lease Type: NNN

Price Per Sqft/Year: $16.0

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