2247 W. Lawrence, Lincoln Square, Chicago, IL 60625

2247 Lawrence Chicago, IL 60625

2247 Lawrence, Chicago, IL, 60625
2247 Lawrence, Chicago, IL, 60625
Property Type:
Street Retail
Last Verified:
Dec 21, 2020


  • Densely Populated Area
  • Strong 25-45 YR OLD Demos
  • Good Access to Public Transportation
  • Short Walk to Brown Line CTA Stop


For Lease in Lincoln Square new construction five story building with 1,950 sq.ft. of commercial space. Close to transportation, Brown Line L Stop and Ravenswood Metra stop. Ideal for service retail, retail, office, fitness. Densely populated area with nearly 65,000 people in a 1-mile radius with average age of 35 years old.

Founded by German immigrants in the 1840s, Lincoln Square is defined by modest homes and leafy streets. Lawrence, Lincoln and Western avenues have German restaurants and bars that feature traditional food and beer, and there are plenty of Bavarian-style bakeries and shops here as well. Trendy cafes and hip cocktail bars draw young, fashionable crowds. The Old Town School has an eclectic roster of live music.

Year Built: 2019
Building Size: 29000sq ft
Lot Size: 0 acres

Units for Lease

2247 Lawrence
Space Available: 1950 SF
Lease Type: NNN

Price Per Sqft/Year: $15.0

Map of 2247 Lawrence, Chicago, IL, 60625

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