Orland Park Retail Land Site

11101 W 179th Street Orland Park, IL 60467

11101 W 179th Street, Orland Park, IL, 60467
11101 W 179th Street, Orland Park, IL, 60467
Property Type:
Other Land
Last Verified:
Mar 16, 2019


  • Adjacent to McDonald's
  • Great Area Co-tenants
  • 162' of Frontage With Two Access Points
  • 1.15 Acres Buildable
  • Superb Demographics


1.84 acres (1.15 Buildable) retail/office land site located adjacent to McDonald's and the former PNC Bank. The site features 162' of Frontage on 179th Street has ingress/egress off of 179th Street as well as access via Fountain Circle.

Abundant rooftops and businesses providing a constant flow of customers for any business. Area tenants include Walgreens, Starbucks, McDonald's, Anytime Fitness, Jewel-Osco, Subway, St. Xavier University and numerous local, regional and national businesses and retailers.

Located just east of the lighted intersection of Wolf Road & 179th Street in the Southwest portion of Orland Park, IL. The site is located between McDonald's and PNC Bank with Walgreens, Jewel-Osco, Starbucks and numerous other national, regional and local retailers in the immediate area.

Wolf Road is a North/South Artery that is an alternative to Route 45 and has 12,000 Vehicles Per Day passing by the site. Southwest Highway (IL Route 7), accessible via 179th Street, is one of the original routes from Chicago to Joliet and is widely used route connecting Worth, Orland Park, Lockport and Joliet.

Orland Park is 25 miles Southwest of the City of Chicago and is close to several interstate highways. Metra's commuter rail system, which links Orland Park to Chicago's Loop, has a stop located less than a mile from the site.

Lot Size: 1.84 acres

Map of 11101 W 179th Street, Orland Park, IL, 60467

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