2716 Condit St, Highland, IN, 46322

2716 Condit St Highland, IN 46322

2716 Condit St, Highland, IN, 46322
2716 Condit St, Highland, IN, 46322
Property Type:
Single Tenant Office
Last Verified:
Dec 22, 2020


  • Minutes from the Expressway and a very short drive to Chicago
  • High Traffic Count of 22,000+ Average Daily Traffic Count on Kennedy Ave
  • 10' Drive-in Door in Rear of Building
  • Very Aggressive Rental Rate
  • New Brewery Coming Next Door


2,616 SF office space with rear warehouse space and garage door included. Property is located west of Kennedy Ave on Condit St in view of the Erie Lackawanna Trail. This property is aggressively priced to lease and has a new brewery coming next door soon. Including a full bath, multiple private offices, reception area, and warehouse storage area.

This property is located a few seconds off of Kennedy Ave in Highland, Indiana providing ease of access to this retail/industrial/office space building. Located minutes from the I-80/94 & Kennedy Ave interchange. High traffic count and ease of access to the location.

Highland is a town in Lake County, Indiana, United States. The population was 23,727 at the 2010 census. The town was incorporated on April 4, 1910. It is a part of the Chicago metropolitan area and North Township, and is surrounded by Hammond to the north, Munster to the west, Schererville to the south and Griffith to the east.

Building Size: 2616sq ft
Building Class: B
Lot Size: 0.09 acres

Units for Lease

2716 Condit St
Space Available: 2616 SF
Lease Type: Gross

Price Per Sqft/Year: $9.0

Map of 2716 Condit St, Highland, IN, 46322

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