PRICED TO SELL! MAKE AN OFFER! This is truly a golden opportunity. Start building the foundation for your future! OPPORTUNITIES ARE ENDLESS! Two lots with two pin numbers 23,000 sf Commercial land, sold as package from 19th and Broadway to 20th St. This land can be sold, leased or built to suit.This is truly an exceptional golden opportunity!, a traffic-lighted intersection. Surrounded by many successful long term retailers. Price is for a 2 lot package . M1-1 zoning. Traffic count 15,200 p/day. Drive by.
Electric to Site, Gas to Site, Sanitary Sewer to Site, Water to Site
Taxes & Fees
$5, 723 (2016)
This listing 1913 West Lake Street Melrose Park, Il 60160
is a land listing
with on a lot of 12,632 sqft (or 0.29 acres). 1913 West Lake Street is located in Melrose Park and in ZIP Code 60160.
It has been listed on our site since 7/16/17.
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