Unique opportunity with multiple profit centers. 43.5 acres next to the Grayslake Metra Station. Potential for up to 310 mid-rise residential units on 5-9 acres. Balance in open space and potential 33 acre wetland bank. High Density Residential Development potential Extraordinary suburban Infill site Wetland bank profit center potential Adjacent to the proposed Rt. 83 & Rt 120 Re-alignment Utilities are at the site located on Lake Street Metra Station (Milwaukee North Line (MD-N) to Union Station Chicago.
Commercial, Planned Unit Development, Residential-Multi-Family, Retail
Electric to Site, Gas to Site, Sanitary Sewer to Site
Taxes & Fees
$1, 740 (2015)
This listing 700 South Lake Street Grayslake, Il 60030
is a land listing
with on a lot of 436,471 sqft (or 10.02 acres). 700 South Lake Street is located in Grayslake and in ZIP Code 60030.
It has been listed on our site since 4/28/17.
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