2210 N Halsted Street 1,
2210 N Halsted Street 1 Chicago, Illinois 60614 United States

2210 N Halsted Street 1
2210 N Halsted Street 1 Chicago, Illinois 60614 United States

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About 2210 N Halsted Street 1, Chicago, Illinois

Unique New Orleans' Style, French Quarter building, features a Cafe/Restaurant, full basement and private courtyard, located on Halsted, just north of Webster. Situated as a premier storefront at the crossroads of the Halsted-Armitage Shopping district and Lincoln Park's Michelin Star Restaurants. Surrounded by dense residential buildings, heavy pedestrian traffic and strong household incomes. First level features a 1680 SF, existing French cafe, with a long counter, dining space and two bathrooms (one ADA). Prep ready basement (1650 SF) with 7ft+ ceilings, basement office, new mop sink, new hand sink and was recently resealed (3 times) to increase long term durability. Brand new build out, including, but not limited to, new plumbing, new water service, updated electrical (400 AMPS), and updated cosmetics. Existing business is also available for sale, along with the name, trademark, recipes and existing equipment; tenant has already received initial approval for a Tavern License by the Alderman and Neighborhood Association; full equipment list available upon request; 0.4 Miles to the Fullerton Red/Purple/Brown Line Train Station, easy access to the Lake Shore Drive, multiple bus stops and Divvy stations. Area tenants include: Glascott's Saloon, Athenian Room, Starbucks, Kameya, Bluemercury, Club Monaco, Brown Bag Seafood, Mid North Animal Hospital and much more! Alderman - Michele Smith / 43rd Ward; Zoning - B3-2;

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About : Lincoln Park

Lincoln Park is one of Chicago’s most affluent neighborhoods. The jewel of the Lincoln Park neighborhood is its namesake, Lincoln Park. This 1200-acre greenspace is set on the shore of Lake Michigan and contains one of the nation’s oldest zoos and the Lincoln Park Conservatory.

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