Restaurant Adjacent To Western Ave Blue Line Station For Lease

1908 N Western Avenue Chicago, IL 60647

1908 N Western Avenue, Chicago, IL, 60647
1908 N Western Avenue, Chicago, IL, 60647
FOR LEASE
Property Type:
Restaurant
Last Verified:
Jul 21, 2022

Highlights

  • Located at the base of the CTA's Western Blue Line station
  • Over 55' of frontage along Western Avenue
  • Fully improved including Type II ventilation
  • Easily adapted to a wide range of restaurant and retail uses
  • 40,000 VPD traffic count
  • B2-2 Zoning

Description

1,500 square foot former Subway improved with limited restaurant infrastructure. Outstanding branding opportunity. The property is zoned B2 and includes some existing fixtures, and equipment. Type II ventilation. Easily adapted for a wide range of concepts including fast-casual, convenience retail, and beverage such as coffee, tea, and juice.

The location has excellent street exposure, including 55’ of floor-to-ceiling glass storefront.

Wicker Park.


Year Built: 2013
Building Size: 1500sq ft
Lot Size: 0.0 acres


Documents

NEW - OM/Proposal (L)

Units for Lease

1908 N Western
Space Available: 1500 SF
Lease Type: Modified Gross

Price Per Sqft/Month: $5000.00

Map of 1908 N Western Avenue, Chicago, IL, 60647

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