Opportunity Knocks! For sale more than 3400 sf of space located at the Willow Springs Village Center, a transit-oriented mixed-use development with a Metra stop and the Village Hall as its centerpiece! This former financial institution lends itself to a variety of potential retail or office categories. The space is capable of being divided into more than one unit. Included are 4 deeded parking spaces for employees. Strong demographics include a residential population approaching 50,000 within a three mile ring and boasting an average household income of about $100,000! The daytime population of the same area is approximately 40,000. Add the more than 26,000 vehicles per day at Archer Ave. and Willow Springs Road with Metra commuters and you have a recipe for success!
This listing 160 Market Street Willow Springs, Il 60480
is a retail/stores listing
. 160 Market Street was built in 2007. 160 Market Street is located in Willow Springs and in ZIP Code 60480.
It has been listed on our site since 9/5/17.
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The Willow Springs community is a suburb that is secluded and nestled in with nature on the southwest side of Chicago. Click here to read more.
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