Lincoln Square Retail Build-to-Suit Available Spring 2023

2910 W Montrose Chicago, IL 60618

2910 W Montrose, Chicago, IL, 60618
2910 W Montrose, Chicago, IL, 60618 2910 W Montrose, Chicago, IL, 60618 2910 W Montrose, Chicago, IL, 60618
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Last Verified:
Aug 09, 2022


  • Available Spring 2023
  • Up to 6,764 SF
  • Divisible for a variety of uses
  • Waters School district
  • Lincoln Square location
  • Build-to-suit
  • On-site, attached heated parking
  • Excellent daycare demographics
  • In the heart of Chicago's Ravenswood Manor


New construction retail at the base of a four-story, 18 unit luxury condominium during first quarter 2023. Ideal for daycare/pre-school, medical, and fitness uses. Landlord will turn-key construction per tenant's specification. On-site, attached heated parking. Custom design your space prior to the start of construction. Multiple smaller, divisible configurations available for users seeking a smaller space. Horner Park directly east of the site and the Buffalo Playlot is located directly north. Zoned B3-2.

Located in the Ravenswood Manor Historic District is a historic district on the North Side of Chicago. The neighborhood is bordered by the Chicago River on the East, and by the alley south of Lawrence Avenue on the North, Sacramento Avenue on the West, and the alley North of Montrose Avenue on the south. Two blocks from the CTA's Brown Line Rockwell Station and just north of Horner Park. Located in the CPS Waters school district.

Year Built: 2021
Building Size: 6764sq ft
Lot Size: 0.0 acres


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Units for Lease

2910 W Montrose
Space Available: 6764 SF
Lease Type: Modified Net

Price Per Sqft/Month: $25.00

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