2000-04 South 17th Avenue

BROADVIEW, IL 60155

$379,900

MLS# 09715661


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ONE OWNER, SOLID BRICK, MIXED USE PROPERTY IN AN AREA WHICH IS PREPARING FOR REDEVELOPMENT W/ TIF MONEY. VERY ACCESSIBLE PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION W/ EASY ACCESS TO MANY MAJOR EXPRESSWAYS. 3100SF BLDG W/2 APTS ON CORNER LOT. HAS PLENTY OF PRKG & 2 CAR GAR. 4 PARCELS LESS THEN A BLK AWAY SOLD FOR $2.8MIL!PLAN A NEW RETAIL CENTER OR USE EXISTING STRUCTURE.
Listed:
08/07/17

This listing 2000-04 South 17th Avenue Broadview, Il 60155 is a mixed use listing on a lot of 9,858 sqft (or 78X126.38 acres). 2000-04 South 17th Avenue was built in 1929. 2000-04 South 17th Avenue is located in Broadview and in ZIP Code 60155. It has been listed on our site since Aug 7, 2017.

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