Pierini Iron Works Building - 35,000 SF Crane Building

6200 S Sayre Avenue Chicago, IL 60638

6200 S Sayre Avenue, Chicago, IL, 60638
6200 S Sayre Avenue, Chicago, IL, 60638
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Jun 03, 2020


  • 1 acre of yard space for truck/outside storage, fenced in and secured with cameras
  • 26' ceiling heights
  • A 35,000 SF, well-maintained crane building, sitting on +/_2 acres
  • Drive-thru building, including 3 bays and loading dock
  • 3,000 SF 2-story office space
  • 15 minutes from Midway Airport
  • 2018 Taxes - $45,758


SVN is pleased to present this 35,000 SF crane building situated on ±2 acres. The rare, ±1-acre yard space is fenced and secured with cameras, making it ideal for truck parking and outside storage. This well-maintained building has 26’ ceiling heights, and a 2 story, ±3,000 SF office space. The industrial space includes 3 5T cranes, 1 7.5T crane, and floor drains. The 2018 Taxes were $45,758. Zoning is PMD 12 and the owner would consider a short term sale-leaseback or a partial sale-leaseback.

The subject property is located just north east of of the busy Harlem Ave and 63rd Street intersection in Chicago. This property is conveniently located 10 minutes from Midway International Airport, and the I-55 Harlem Ave interchange. The area features abundant local retail and eating establishments for employees to enjoy as well as Toyota Park, with a new strip mall and Embassey Suites Hotel.

Year Built: 1988
Building Size: 35000.0sq ft
Lot Size: 2.0 acres

Map of 6200 S Sayre Avenue, Chicago, IL, 60638

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