1627 Clybourn Ave., Lincoln Park, Chicago, IL 60642

1627 Clybourn Chicago, IL 60642

1627 Clybourn, Chicago, IL, 60642
Store Front
1627 Clybourn, Chicago, IL, 60642
FOR LEASE
Property Type:
Street Retail
Last Verified:
Dec 21, 2020

Highlights

  • High Visibility
  • Large Windows
  • Two Offices
  • Full Basement

Description

Retail/Office space approx. 1,700 sq. ft. with 2 offices and large basement, center of shopping corridor in Lincoln Park across from Crate & Barrel, Sweetgreen, Potbelly and Lens Crafters. 1/2 Block from North Avenue / Clybourn / Halsted intersection at CTA Red Line L Stop. Two blocks from from New City Development with 500,000 sq. ft. of commercial and 470 residential units. With many big-box and national retailers in the immediate area, there is plenty of street and pedestrian traffic to attract any type of retail, service retail or medical.

Located 2 miles north of downtown, Lincoln Park borders Old Town, River North and the Gold Coast to the south, Bucktown and Wicker Park to the west and Lakeview and North Center to the north. Lincoln Park has a walkability score of 95 as well as excellent transit options including the Brown line, Red line & Purple line express and many bus routes. Lincoln Park is one of the most affluent neighborhoods in Chicago. The neighborhood includes upscale national retailers, local retailers, boutiques, restaurants, coffee shops, bars, clubs and theaters. It is densely populated with young professionals, recent college graduates and families.


Year Built: 2008
Building Size: 1700sq ft
Lot Size: 0 acres

Units for Lease

1627 Clybourn
Space Available: 1700 SF
Lease Type: NNN

Price Per Sqft/Year: $40.0


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