Extremely profitable local food store and restaurant. Draws heavily from the Stockyards Industrial Park and surrounding neighborhood. The location has very limited competition and has an incredibly strong clientele. The restaurant and food store are full service operations with butcher services. Great walk-in traffic for both the food store and restaurant. The location also has a liquor license and the package liquor sales are a fabulous profit center that contributes greatly to the total income. Great traffic counts. Don't miss this fabulous opportunity to generate a great income.
This listing 1221 West 47th Street Chicago, Il 60609
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on a lot of 9,250 sqft (or 72x125). 1221 West 47th Street is located in Chicago and in ZIP Code 60609.
It has been listed on our site since 4/12/18.
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New City is an amazing neighborhood just south of downtown Chicago. With lots of amazing things to do, New City is a combination of residential and industrial communities, including Canaryville and Back of the Yards . This area was home to the famous Union Stock Yards and has had huge growth since then. There are several fun-filled activities, such as shopping, entertainment and dini...
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