FANTASTIC NEW PRICE for THIS TURNKEY PROPERTY with GREAT POTENTIAL and MANY USES: Great Incubator Office Arrangement, multi-unit investor rental, or office space ideal for attorneys, title companies, staffing services, etc. Fabulous and beautifully updated building zoned for commercial office use. The structure is currently divided into 2 units (one per floor) with each unit having its own bathroom, offices, conference room, fireplace & deck. The full basement is great for storage. 1st Floor unit in this classic brick 2 story offers over 1,600sf . This site is just 2 blocks to government campus, courthouse, public transportation, Waukegan's Central Business District and Metra Train Station. Also for lease. Call Listing agents for more info.
This listing 319 North County Street Waukegan, Il 60085
is a mixed use listing
on a lot of 7,800 sqft 319 North County Street was built in 1920. 319 North County Street is located in Waukegan and in ZIP Code 60085.
It has been listed on our site since 3/29/17.
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