Downtown CP Retail/Office

218 South East Street Crown Point, IN 46307

Crown Point
Property Type:
Free Standing Building
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Last Verified:
Dec 01, 2023


  • Complete remodel available for lease in Crown Point, IN
  • Located immediately east of the Downtown Square
  • Liquor License Available for Restaurant use
  • Ample Parking
  • Brand new facade and roof
  • Office space available which can be built to suit


Brand new remodel of a former bowling alley located in Crown Point, IN. The subject property is located on S. East street just blocks away from the square in Crown Point. The property is undergoing complete remodeling including facade, parking lot, new roof, signage, etc. The space will be delivered in Vanilla Box condition and office space can be built to suit. Landlord currently owns a Liquor License which can be used for a restaurant on the endcap of the building. Ample parking space and potential for patio for a restaurant. Great opportunity to locate steps away from the Square

Located just east of Downtown Crown Point on S. East Street. Crown Point is a city and the county seat of Lake County, Indiana, United States. The population was 27,317 at the 2010 census. The city was incorporated in 1868. The city is surrounded by Merrillville to the north, Winfield to the east, Cedar Lake to the southwest, St. John to the west, and unincorporated Schererville to the northwest. The southern and southeastern parts of Crown Point border some unincorporated areas of Lake County.

Year Built: 1962
Building Size: 18231sq ft
Lot Size: 1.8 acres


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218 S. East Street
Space Available: 18231 SF
Lease Type: NNN

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