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CBC Closes Sale of Lincoln Park Mixed-Use

Coldwell Banker Commercial closed the sale of a mixed-use commercial property in the North Side’s Lincoln Park neighborhood for $1.55 million. Senior commercial executive James Hodur and associate Benjamin Miotti, both of Coldwell Banker Commercial NRT, represented the seller.

The 10,600-square-foot, two-story building, consisting of two large apartments and two stores, is located at 2657-2659 N Clybourn Ave. The buyer is an investor and real estate broker and purchased the property as a value-add investment to increase tenancy and income in the Lincoln Park retail corridor.

“With four recent sales in Lincoln Park, totaling $5.6 million, this sale shows the continued strength of the Lincoln Park commercial real estate market, especially in the Elston/Damen/Fullerton/Clybourn area,” said Hodur.


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