Small Retail Space - Downtown Geneva IL

314 Franklin Street Geneva, IL 60134

314 Franklin Street, Geneva, IL, 60134
314 Franklin Street, Geneva, IL, 60134
Property Type:
Street Retail
Last Verified:
Apr 24, 2020


  • Small Cozy Retail Space
  • 380 Sq Ft Freestanding Building
  • Third Street Shopping Area
  • Just West of Graham's Chocolate
  • Lots of Windows


Unique 380 sf retail space. Small, freestanding retail shop. Large front yard. Lots of windows in front and back. On-street parking and adjacent public lot. NOTE: This space does not have a restroom or other plumbing within the space. Tenant employees may use shared or public restrooms nearby.

Just off of Third Street in the historic shopping district in downtown Geneva. Immediately west of Graham's Chocolates. State Street (Rt. 38) to Third Street, south to Franklin, then west. This is the small "annex" building, just east of the 2-story, 316 Franklin building. 3 blocks to Metra train. Public parking lot behind building.

Year Built: 1920
Building Size: 380.0sq ft
Lot Size: 0.0 acres

Units for Lease

314 Franklin Annex
Space Available: 380 SF
Lease Type: Gross

Price Per Sqft/Year: $40.26

Map of 314 Franklin Street, Geneva, IL, 60134

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