Retail•Street Retail•For Lease

6145 Broadway, Chicago, Illinois 60660

Lease Rate $28.00 /SqFt NNN
Zoning B1-3
Year Built 2019
Stories 4
Gross Bldg 79,000 SqFt
Contig Space 3,970 SqFt
Avail Parking 2/1000SqFt
Ceiling Height 14.0 Ft
Market Chicago
Sub-Market Edgewater
For Lease New Construction six story 105 unit building with 3,970 sq.ft of commercial space. Parking available at additional cost. Close to transportation, near Loyola University. Ideal for service retail, retail, office, fitness. Site located in close proximity to the CTA bus (over 84,000 riders per month) and CTA Red Line (over 400,000 riders per month) Densely populated area with nearly 100,000 people in a 1-mile radius with heavy daytime traffic with over 21,000 cpd on Broadway Avenue. Edgewater is a lakefront community area on the North Side of the city of Chicago, Illinois seven miles north of the Loop. As one of the city’s 77 official community areas, Edgewater is bounded by Foster Avenue on the south, Devon Avenue on the north, Ravenswood Avenue on the west, and Lake Michigan on the east.[2] Edgewater contains several beaches that residents enjoy during the late spring, summer, and early autumn. Chicago's largest park, Lincoln Park, stretches south from Edgewater for seven miles along the waterfront, almost to downtown. Historically, Edgewater was the northeastern corner of Lake View Township, an independent suburb annexed by the city of Chicago in 1889. Today, the Uptown community is to Edgewater's south, Lincoln Square to its west, West Ridge to its northwest and Rogers Park to its north. Edgewater was first developed around the 1880s as a summer home for Chicago's elite. Today, it provides the northern terminus of both Lincoln Park and Lake Shore Drive. With the exception of pockets acknowledged as historic districts (like the Bryn Mawr Historic District), east-Edgewater (Edgewater Beach) boasts a skyline of high-rise apartment buildings, condominium complexes, and mid-rise homes. To the west, Edgewater is characterized by commercial businesses; single-family homes; and two-, three-, or four-story flats, including the historic neighborhood of Andersonville.
  • Densely Populated Area
  • Strong 25-45 YR OLD Demos
  • Good Access to Public Transportation
  • Short Walk to Red Line CTA Stop
  • #36 Broadway Bus Line
  • Close proximity to Lake Shore Drive

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Street Retail
3,970 SqFt
$28.00 NNN
3,970 SqFt
3,970 SqFt

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8/7/2019 5:14:24 AM 11/24/2019 7:10:53 PM


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