Humboldt Park Restaurant Space For Lease

2759 West Augusta Blvd Chicago, IL 60622

2759 West Augusta Blvd, Chicago, IL, 60622
2759 West Augusta Blvd, Chicago, IL, 60622
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Last Verified:
Mar 30, 2023


  • Prominent Corner Location
  • Private Outdoor Seating
  • Fully Built Out Restaurant
  • Long-Term Favorable Lease
  • Easy Re-Concept


The subject property is a fully improved restaurant facility located on the corner of Augusta Boulevard and California Avenue in Chicago's rapidly emerging Humboldt Park neighborhood. The existing build-out includes a commercial kitchen, full bar, private outdoor components as well as a partial basement for refrigeration and storage. The space could easily be adapted into a number of different hospitality concepts.

Chicago's Humboldt Park community, on the city's Northwest Side, centers on the 207-acre park named for the naturalist Alexander von Humboldt in 1869. Annexed to Chicago the same year, the sparsely settled prairie settlement experienced dramatic gains in real-estate value during the early 1870s amid the avid promotion of parkside areas. In 1886 the street railway arrived, followed by branches of the Elevated Railway in the 1890s. Two-flat houses became popular between 1900 and 1920, together with new brick bungalows and one- and two-story frame dwellings. Later small apartment buildings went up.

Building Size: 2000sq ft
Lot Size: 0 acres


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Restaurant Space For Lease
Space Available: 2000 SF
Lease Type: NNN

Price Per Sqft/Month: $5200.00

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