Retail/Restaurant Space for Lease in East Humboldt Park

2653-2659 W. Division St. Chicago, IL 60622

2653-2659 W. Division St., Chicago, IL, 60622
2653-2659 W. Division St., Chicago, IL, 60622
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May 24, 2019


  • Located on the hard corner of Division St. and N. Washtenaw Ave.
  • Total of approx. 4,375 SF available/can be demised to approx. 1,200 SF
  • 8 completely renovated/up-scale apartments above retail
  • Flexible lease terms
  • 12 ft ceiling heights


Retail/Restaurant space for lease in East Humboldt Park located on the very heavily traveled Division St. on the hard corner of N. Washtenaw Ave. Three separate spaces to be combined or demised depending on the concept. 12 ft ceiling height and to be delivered in vanilla box condition. Perfect for any quick serve and/or full service restaurant or any retail use.

In 2016, East Humboldt Park was voted one of the most up-and-coming neighborhoods and best places to live by Chicago Magazine. Humboldt Park is bordered by Bloomingdale Ave. to the north, the Union Pacific railroad tracks to the south, the train tracks running between Kostner and Cicero to the west and Humboldt Park proper to the east. There is a tremendous amount of both retail as well as residential development in the area and is in the heart of the new 606 Bloomingdale Trail, a 2.7 mile elevated park trail that passes through the neighborhoods of Logan Square, Humboldt Park and West Town. Co-tenancy is a healthy blend of strong local and national tenants.

Building Size: 4375.0sq ft
Lot Size: 0.0 acres

Units for Lease

2653-2659 W. Division St.
Space Available: 4375 SF
Lease Type: NNN

Price Per Sqft/Year: $0.0

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