Industrial zoned brick building with much potential, includes 2,500 square feet of office space plus generous warehouse space, two truck level loading docks and garages currently being used as an auto repair facility. 200 Amp power, 14' overhead doors, fire sprinkler system and 12 parking spaces as per survey. Close to major road (Roosevelt Rd/Rt 38) and nearby access to I-290 and I-294. Excellent for contractor space, manufacturing facility, etc. Please do not disturb auto repair business operator. Office space is currently vacant. Seller is open to assist with partial financing. All interested parties must be accompanied by a licensed real estate broker and a 24 hour notice is required.
Fire Extinguisher/s, Smoke or Fire Protectors, Sprinklers-Wet
Corner, Industrial Area/Campus, Mixed Use Area
This listing 9825-30 Derby Lane Westchester, Il 60154
is a industrial listing
on a lot of 25,265 sqft (or 0.58 acres). 9825-30 Derby Lane was built in 1963. 9825-30 Derby Lane is located in Westchester and in ZIP Code 60154.
It has been listed on our site since 2/9/18.
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