4000 sf building. The 1000sf in front is an office/retail set up. The balance of 3000sf is an open floor plan with reinforced flooring currently used as a dance studio. There are two different open spaces. This would be excellent for physical therapy due to the open spaces and reinforced floors. There is an upstairs apartment currently used for storage. This could be an additional income source. Located at a signalized intersection on a main thoroughfare between Worth and Chicago Ridge provide strong traffic counts. The 3000 sf section is newly constructed and has high end finishes. the building is set up with the offices in front of the open spaces. The owners would consider a long term leaseback on the 3000sf open section. Call for more details
This listing 6401 West 107th Street Worth, Il 60482
is a office/tech listing
on a lot of 7,405 sqft (or 0.17 acres). 6401 West 107th Street was built in 1953. 6401 West 107th Street is located in Worth and in ZIP Code 60482.
It has been listed on our site since 9/28/17.
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