2618 N. Halsted, Lincoln Park, Chicago, IL

2618 N. Halsted St. Chicago, IL 60614

2618 N. Halsted St., Chicago, IL, 60614
2618 N. Halsted St., Chicago, IL, 60614
Property Type:
Street Retail
Last Verified:
Dec 21, 2020


  • High Household Incomes
  • Good Pedestrian Foot Traffic
  • Densely Populated Mixed Use Area
  • Strong 24-39 Year Old Demographic


FOR LEASE Retail or Office space on Halsted Street in Lincoln Park. Approximately 700 square feet available. Newer construction and great window line. Available immediately.

Active lakeside park and beach meets upscale boutique shopping and world-class dining in this charming near north side Chicago neighborhood. Over the years Lincoln Park has gained a reputation as one of the city's most desirable communities. Its shady, tree-lined residential streets and stretches of exciting entertainment and nightlife are the ideal union of serenity and fun. The majority of Lincoln Park holds an old-fashioned appeal, reinforced by rows of brown and gray stone walk-ups and ornate, vintage architecture.

Year Built: 2017
Building Size: 1700sq ft
Lot Size: 0 acres

Units for Lease

2618 N. Halsted St.
Space Available: 700 SF
Lease Type: NNN

Price Per Sqft/Year: $24.0

Map of 2618 N. Halsted St., Chicago, IL, 60614

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