Ground Floor... COMMERCIAL ... Vanilla Box ... in a Prime Lakeview Location with Halsted Street Exposure. Great location for retail or office space. No food or bars allowed. L3-Lakeview Luxury Living - New Development. Elevator building. 1 car garage parking included. Can build to your requirements. We have broken ground and delivery will be December 2017. Vanilla box would be raw space without the build out for $200,000.
This listing 2825 North Halsted Street 1n Chicago, Il 60657
is a office/tech listing
. 2825 North Halsted Street 1N was built in 2017. 2825 North Halsted Street 1N is located in Chicago and in ZIP Code 60657.
It has been listed on our site since 1/15/17.
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