Grayslake 3.75 acre commercial/multi family site on Rt 83 ready for a developer/end user. Zoned General Business and R-5 Muti Family with many potential uses. Frontage on Rt. 83 (Barron Blvd). Lies just south of Washington Street which is a major east west corridor though Lake County. Rt. 83 traffic count 14,100! Village of Grayslake motivated to see this site developed and may offer incentives. Owner may consider a joint venture. Additional adjoining land available. See MLS#09777327. Could be professional office, retail, restaurant, convenience store with fuel, Etc... Possible attached housing over or behind a commercial component. Endless possibilities. Walk at own risk. Note: some parcels may be split. See aerial.
Commercial, Condominium, Office and Research, Residential-Multi-Family, Retail
Mixed Use Area
Electric to Site, Gas to Site, Sanitary Sewer Nearby, Water-Nearby
Taxes & Fees
This listing 809 Barron Boulevard Grayslake, Il 60030
is a land listing
with on a lot of 163,350 sqft (or 3.75 acres). 809 Barron Boulevard is located in Grayslake and in ZIP Code 60030.
It has been listed on our site since 10/13/17.
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