Downtown Geneva

219-221 W State St Geneva, IL 60134

219-221 W State St, Geneva, IL, 60134
219-221 W State St, Geneva, IL, 60134
Property Type:
Street Retail
Last Verified:
Feb 26, 2021


  • Brick Facade & Large Display Windows
  • Prominent Rt. 38 Exposure
  • Hardwood Floors
  • 12 ft-High Tin Ceilings
  • Basement Storage
  • Easy Access to Public Parking


Single-story retail building located in the heart of downtown Geneva. This well-built, 1925 commercial building features a brick facade and prominent display windows. The shop spaces feature large front showrooms, newer hardwood floors and 12 ft-high tin ceilings. Basement space provides additional storage. Rear entrances at alley for deliveries.

Downtown Geneva IL is one of the principal retail centers in the region. State St (IL Rt 38) is a primary east-west corridor and the main street through town. The property is located just 2 blocks west of the Fox River bridge and 1/2 block east of Third Street, a major element of the downtown retail area. Traffic Counts (IDOT): 23,800 VPD

Year Built: 1925
Building Size: 3960sq ft
Building Class: B
Lot Size: 0 acres

Units for Lease

Space Available: 1980 SF
Lease Type: NNN

Price Per Sqft/Year: $22.0
Space Available: 1980 SF
Lease Type: NNN

Price Per Sqft/Year: $22.0

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