Mayfair Plaza Endcap for LEASE

4824-52 N Pulaski Road Chicago, IL 60630

4824-52 N Pulaski Road, Chicago, IL, 60630
4824-52 N Pulaski Road, Chicago, IL, 60630
Property Type:
Neighborhood Center
Last Verified:
2020-05-29 18:59:46 UTC


  • Mayfair Plaza Endcap for LEASE
  • Neighborhood Shopping Center
  • 1,014 - 6,050 SF
  • Column Free with High Ceilings (16')
  • Large Exposure Along Pulaski
  • Off-Street Parking (Ratio of 2.22/1,000 SF)
  • Additional Free Street Parking Adjacent to Space
  • Building and Pylon Signage
  • Located at Hard Corner of Pulaski / Lawrence
  • Shadow Anchored by Walgreens with Cross-Easement Access
  • Excellent Co-Tenancy (Petco, Chase, Starbucks, T-Mobile)
  • 4 Means of Ingress/Egress
  • Zoned PD 402 (B3-1)
  • Strong Traffic Counts (Pulaski - 19,663 vpd, Lawrence - 21,420 vpd)
  • Albany Park / Mayfair Neighborhood
  • $77,000 Average HH Income in Immediate Area and Projected to Increase
  • Surrounded by Numerous Transportation Options
  • 39th Ward (Nugent)


SVN Chicago Commercial is pleased to offer a premier endcap at Mayfair Plaza for LEASE. Located in the Albany Park / Mayfair community on Chicago's Northwest side, this neighborhood shopping center is at the signalized intersection of Lawrence Avenue and Pulaski Road (NWC). The center has incredible visibility with over 19,000 vpd on Pulaski and 21,000 vpd on Lawrence, off-street parking, building signage and potential for pylon signage. Free street parking is also available in front of the space along Pulaski. Shadow anchored by Walgreens, receives consistent traffic with co-tenants such as Petco, Chase, T-Mobile and Starbucks. It benefits from cross-easement access with Walgreens and 4 means of ingress/egress.

The available space is a 6,050 SF endcap with 135' of frontage along Pulaksi Road. It features high ceilings, is column free and can be demised to 1,014 SF. The property is a Planned Development with an underlying zoning of B3-1. View video tour of the space here and call agent for further details.

Albany Park / Mayfair, Chicago, IL
The subject building is located on Chicago’s northwest side in the Albany Park Community Area and borders the Albany Park and Mayfair neighborhoods. The Albany Park Community Area (14) is the most diverse neighborhood in the City of Chicago and the 60625 Zip Code, immediately east of the subject, is known as one of the most diverse zip codes in the country. Northeastern Illinois University (9,000 students) and North Park University (3,000 students) sit just north and east along Foster Avenue. Swedish Hospital lies 1.5 miles to the northeast. The area is well served by transportation as the Chicago Brown Line El terminates at Lawrence / Kimball and the Blue line El has a nearby stop at Montrose. The Mayfair Metra stop is 1 mile to the southwest. Interstates 90 and 94 create the western border of the neighborhood and are very nearby. Additionally, the subject is served by both the 81 (Lawrence) and 82 (Pulaski) bus lines.

Year Built: 2008
Building Size: 32923.0sq ft
Lot Size: 1.98 acres

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Space Available: 2977 SF
Lease Type: NNN

Price Per Sqft/Year: $23.0

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