Rarely available Northwest side corner lot at a high traffic intersection!! Environmental remediation has been completed and NFR letter has been issued by the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency and comes with the property! Busy stop light intersection with 2 curb cuts on both sides for a total of 4 curb cuts!! Building has been demolished!! Fence is owned surrounding the property. Zoned commercial with the possibility of residential. Water line has been capped.
Commercial, Retail, Special Use, Zoning Change Required, Other
Corner, Forest Preserve Adjacent, Mixed Use Area
Curbs and Gutters, Fencing, Lighting/Exterior
Electric to Site, Gas to Site, Sanitary Sewer to Site, Water-Municipal, Water-Nearby, Water to Site
Taxes & Fees
$7, 627 (2017)
This listing 8353 West Irving Park Road Chicago, Il 60634
is a land listing
with on a lot of 18,731 sqft (or 0.43 acres). 8353 West Irving Park Road is located in Chicago and in ZIP Code 60634.
It has been listed on our site since 4/15/19.
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