Andersonville Retail/Restaurant For Lease

5402 N Clark Street Chicago, IL 60640

5402 N Clark Street, Chicago, IL, 60640
5402 N Clark Street, Chicago, IL, 60640
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Oct 12, 2020


  • B3 zoning allowing a wide range of business uses
  • Prime Clark St. location in Andersonville
  • 29' storefront
  • Restaurant infrastructure in place including black iron
  • Immediate availability
  • Outstanding demographics
  • Professionally managed


Right-sized ground floor restaurant/retail storefront located in an architecturally stunning two-story brick and terra-cotta building. Space contains approximately 1,941 square feet together with a basement. Existing restaurant infrastructure. Ideal retail/restaurant leasing configuration featuring a 29' storefront. Professional property management. Long term lease available. B3-2 zoning.

Main and Main Andersonville location, which is among the most popular, dense, and diverse neighborhoods in Chicago. Andersonville is known for its unique commercial district, made up almost entirely of a variety of independent, locally-owned specialty shops, restaurants, and service providers. Andersonville does, however, have a growing number of nationally known chains and was recently named the hottest neighborhood in Chicago, and the 7th hottest in the country.

Building Size: 1941.0sq ft
Lot Size: 0.0 acres

Units for Lease

5402 N Clark Street
Space Available: 1941 SF
Lease Type: NNN

Price Per Sqft/Year: $38.0

Map of 5402 N Clark Street, Chicago, IL, 60640

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