Wicker Park Flagship Opportunity

1934 W. North Avenue Chicago, IL 60622

1934 W. North Avenue, Chicago, IL, 60622
1934 W. North Avenue, Chicago, IL, 60622 1934 W. North Avenue, Chicago, IL, 60622 1934 W. North Avenue, Chicago, IL, 60622 1934 W. North Avenue, Chicago, IL, 60622 1934 W. North Avenue, Chicago, IL, 60622 1934 W. North Avenue, Chicago, IL, 60622 1934 W. North Avenue, Chicago, IL, 60622
Property Type:
Street Retail
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Last Verified:
Jul 21, 2022


  • Flagship Opportunity for SALE
  • Wicker Park Neighborhood
  • One Block from North/Milwaukee/Damen
  • 16,400 SF Building
  • 4,100 SF per Floor
  • Signage Opportunities
  • Parking Available
  • Zoned C1-2


SVN Chicago Commercial is pleased to offer a rare flagship opportunity in Wicker Park for SALE. Located at 1934 W. North Avenue, the subject building sits one block from the main intersection of North/Milwaukee/Damen which is the epicenter of Chicago's bustling Wicker Park neighborhood. It's near many national retailers, local boutiques, and restaurants and offers great proximity to transportation with the Damen Blue Line stop, North Avenue bus and Interstate 90/94. The building is 3 floors with a usable lower level all 4,100 SF for a total of 16,400. It offers plenty of natural light, high ceilings, open layouts, and signage opportunities. A small adjacent surface parking lot is also available. Contact advisor for further details.

Wicker Park/Bucktown is a neighborhood of over 26,000 residents within the West Town community area in Chicago, Illinois. Situated just west of Ashland Ave, south of the new 606 Bloomingdale Trail, and north of Division Street. Wicker Park/Bucktown is known for its local music, fashion culture, art galleries, nightlife, and food scene including numerous retail and entertainment establishments.

In recent years, gentrification has made the area more attractive to college educated young adults, with many new restaurants, bars and stores opening to serve the more affluent population. Milwaukee Avenue between Ashland and Damen has become the main retail corridor for the neighborhood, with major new developments anchoring the ends of the street including The Robey Hotel and Wicker Park Connection. Other noteworthy area businesses include Yeti, Stan’s Donuts, Foxtrot, Warby Parker, Lululemon, La Colombe, Antique Taco, Free People, Urban Outfitters, sweetgreen, Floyd’s Barbershop, Emporium, Wormhole Coffee, Violet Hour and Big Star.

The Wicker Park/Bucktown Historic District is on the National Register of Historic Places the district’s broad range of architectural styles include the Italianate, Queen Anne, Classical Revival, Arts and Crafts, and Art Deco. Once considered as “up and coming,” Wicker Park/Bucktown has matured into an important commercial district for Chicago’s economic development.

Wicker Park/Bucktown also boasts excellent public transportation options including the Blue Line Damen and Division CTA Stations, major bus routes on Ashland, North, Division, Milwaukee and Damen and general close proximity to the Loop and other desirable neighborhoods including Bucktown, Ukranian Village, Logan Square and Lincoln Park.

Year Built: 1909
Building Size: 16400sq ft
Lot Size: 0.11 acres


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