Vintage Multi-tenant Investment

314-316 Franklin Street Geneva, IL 60134

314-316 Franklin Street, Geneva, IL, 60134
314-316 Franklin Street, Geneva, IL, 60134 314-316 Franklin Street, Geneva, IL, 60134 314-316 Franklin Street, Geneva, IL, 60134
Property Type:
Street Retail
Last Verified:
Sep 01, 2022


  • Multi-tenant Commercial Investment
  • 100% Leased
  • Downtown Geneva Just Off Third Street
  • Walk to Metra Train
  • Public Parking Behind Building


Multi-tenant, retail / residential investment property. 100% leased. Refurbished 1920 vintage residence. 2,440 sf 2-story main building. Winding Deer Path is the 1,510 sf retail tenant on the first floor and basement. 930 sf apartment on 2nd floor. The Treasure Shop is the retail tenant in the 380 sf "annex" building. 2021 Taxes: $12,018. PLEASE DO NOT DISTURB TENANTS OR CUSTOMERS.

In the heart of the unique Third Street shopping district in downtown Geneva. Just west of Graham's Chocolates. State Street (Rt. 38) to Third Street, south to Franklin, west to buildings on south side of street. Just 3 1/2 blocks to Metra commuter train station. Street parking & public lot behind the buildings.

Year Built: 1920
Building Size: 2820sq ft
Lot Size: 0.14 acres


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