Second-Generation Restaurant Space

2205 W Montrose Chicago, IL 60618

2205 W Montrose, Chicago, IL, 60618
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FOR LEASE
Property Type:
Restaurant
Last Verified:
Jul 20, 2022

Highlights

  • Prominent Corner Lincoln Square Location
  • Fully Built Out Restaurant
  • Hood With Black Iron
  • Easy Space To Re-Concept
  • Multiple Area Demand Generators

Description

Fully equipped, second-generation restaurant with black iron exhaust, refrigeration, six-burner stove, flat top griddle, pizza prep tables, small wares, POS system, tables and chairs. Move-in condition.

Located at the corner of Montrose, Leavitt and Montrose, directly across the street from Welles Park in Chicago’s Lincoln Square neighborhood. Within the neighborhood, you’ll find flavors inspired by Argentina, France, Greece, Germany, Mexico, the Netherlands, and Thailand.

Building Size: 600sq ft
Lot Size: 0 acres


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Units for Lease

2205 W Montrose
Space Available: 600 SF
Lease Type: Modified Gross

Price Per Sqft/Month: $3000.00

Map of 2205 W Montrose, Chicago, IL, 60618

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