Former Self Storage/Retail Building Near Oak Park

5951 West Madison Street Chicago, IL 60644

 5951 West Madison Street, Chicago, IL, 60644
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 5951 West Madison Street, Chicago, IL, 60644
FOR SALE Auction Property
Property Type:
Self Storage
Amount:
$399,000
Last Verified:
May 23, 2019

Minimum Bid: $399,000

Buyer's Premium: 6%

Cooperating Broker's Commission: 2%

Lot Size: Approx. .31 Acres

Building Size: Approx. 54,000 SF

2017 Taxes: $12,795

PIN #: 16-17-200-002-0000

Zoning: B3-2

This approximately 54,000 sf commercial building is located on the corner of Madison Street and Austin Avenue near Oak Park. The 6-floor building has a first floor retail space and 5 additional floors above that were previously a moving/storage facility. There are loading docks and a freight elevator accessible via the rear alley. Each of the 5 storage floors have multiple individual storage units on each floor. Each floor is approximately 9,000 sf.

This property is priced to sell with a minimum bid/published reserve of $399,000 or $7.39/ sf. Pre-auction bids are highly encouraged!

Contact David Makowski at 312-927-2757 or davem@awproperties.com for more details or to schedule a tour.

• Online Auction Bidding Starts at 11 AM CST Monday, July 15, 2019 and ends Wednesday, July 17, 2019, 11 AM CST
• Minimum Bid/Published Reserve Price: $ 399,000
• Buyer’s Premium: 6%
• Cooperating Broker’s Commission: 2%
• Pre-Auction Bids Highly Encouraged!


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