3714 N. Southport, Lakeview, Chicago, IL

3714 Southport Chicago, IL 60613

3714 Southport, Chicago, IL, 60613
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3714 Southport, Chicago, IL, 60613
FOR LEASE
Property Type:
Street Retail
Last Verified:
Dec 21, 2020

Highlights

  • Strong Shopping Corridor
  • High Ceilings
  • Large Storefront Windows
  • 7 Day-a-Week Pedestrian Traffic
  • Southport Station (Brown Line) 8 minute walk
  • Walkers Score 94 - Walker's Paradise
  • Zoned B3

Description

FOR LEASE on Southport Entertainment and Shopping Corridor of Chicago, located just an 8 minute walk to Brown Line L Stop. New construction mixed use building with 1,345 sqft. space delivery Spring 2021. Ideal for a retail or service retail. Strong retail & entertainment corridor with high household incomes. Other area tenants include Anthropolgie, J Crew, Lou & Gray, Benefit Cosmetics, Blue Mercury, GAP, Paper Source, Free People, Fleet Feet, Hanna Andersson, Amazon Books, Starbuck’s, Jewel, Athleta, Noodles & Co, Soul Cycle, Johnny Was and Stretch.

One of the most sought-after areas of the city, the Chicago neighborhood of Lakeview is the most populated area in the Midwest largely due to its great dining, shopping and nightlife. Its four mile proximity to the Loop makes it a prime real estate destination.
It is also home to the Chicago Cubs' Wrigley Field, and a part of the neighborhood is named for it. The many bars and restaurants are always full, especially during baseball season when they feed and entertain thousands of fans. Less than one mile from Wrigley Field, home to the Chicago Cubs and 2016 World Series Champions and $500 million in construction.

Lakeview is one of the 77 community areas of Chicago, located on the city's North Side. The 2014 population of Lakeview was 97,968 residents making it the 2nd largest of the Chicago community areas by population. Lakeview includes smaller neighborhood enclaves: Southport Corridor and Wrigleyville. Wrigleyville, another popular district, surrounds Wrigley Field, home of the Chicago Cubs. In 2013 Money Magazine names Lakeview as number 3 of its Top 10 Big-city neighborhoods for its selection of Best Places to Live.

The pleasant surprise of Lakeview & Wrigleyville is that once you venture 20 steps from the main shopping, restaurant and bar/club areas, you'll find yourself in beautifully maintained tree-lined streets, with rows of lovely houses in all manner of architectural styles, ranging in age from near-century-old to 3 days ago. This is likely the other primary reason for this area's popularity; one can buy or rent a gorgeous house on a gorgeous street, then walk for 5 minutes and be in one of the city's mecca shopping/nightlife districts.

Transportation in and out of this particular neighborhood is plentiful, with the Ravenswood El Red, Purple and Brown line stops at Sheridan, Sheffield, Southport, Addison, Belmont, Wellington, and Diversey and CTA buses running on Sheridan, Halsted, Clark, Belmont, Lincoln, Diversey and Addison.

Building Size: 1345sq ft
Lot Size: 0 acres

Units for Lease

3714 Southport
Space Available: 1345 SF
Lease Type: NNN

Price Per Sqft/Year: $45.0

Map of 3714 Southport, Chicago, IL, 60613

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