2113 Armitage, Bucktown, Chicago, IL 60647

2113 Armitage Chicago, IL 60647

2113 Armitage, Chicago, IL, 60647
2113 Armitage, Chicago, IL, 60647
Property Type:
Street Retail
Last Verified:
Jan 25, 2021


  • Modern Storefront
  • Open Floor Plan
  • Available Immediately
  • Corner Exposure
  • Full Basement


Armitage Avenue Commercial Space in Bucktown. Space is approx. 1,400 sq. ft. with wood floors and basement. Open floor plan ready for multiple business types. Great space for many uses including retail, showroom, creative, medical, salon, fitness, etc. Space was formerly a bicycle shop.

The neighborhood of Bucktown forms the eastern-most boundary of the Logan Square community, and is defined by the North Branch of the Chicago River to its east, Bloomingdale Avenue to the south, Diversey Parkway to its north, and Western Avenue to its west. Damen Avenue is considered the main artery in Bucktown, there are a number of popular areas along Diversey Parkway, Fullerton, and Armitage Avenues (east-west) and Elston as well as a slice of Milwaukee Avenues (north-south). This gives the neighborhood numerous pockets for shopping, dining, and entertainment, all walking distance from wherever one resides. Add to this the Bloomington Trail – also popularly known as “The 606” – at the southern boundary, and you’ll find that you’ll never be without something to do, indoors or out.

Building Size: 1400sq ft
Lot Size: 0 acres

Units for Lease

2113 Armitage
Space Available: 1400 SF
Lease Type: NNN

Price Per Sqft/Year: $24.0

Map of 2113 Armitage, Chicago, IL, 60647

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