KW Commercial is pleased to present a 1000 SF restaurant space for lease located on the highly trafficked corner of Ashland Ave. and 18th St. in Pilsen, Chicago. The space is fully equipped with all Furnitures, Fixtures and Equipment for its needs. Situated in front of the Ashland Ave. and 18th St. bus stops, it is steps from the 18th St. Pink Line stop, and hosts an average daily traffic count of 35,876 automobiles. List of FF&E's per request.
Pilsen is a culturally rich neighborhood situated roughly 3.5 miles southwest of Chicago’s Loop. The neighborhood of Pilsen features a diverse population mix including artists, creatives, business professionals, medical students, grad students and families. 18th Street is the main retail corridor that is home to many local cafes, local retailers, coffee shops, bodegas and restaurants.
While Pilsen has a strong cultural presence filled with many local restaurants, several Chicago restaurants with multiple locations with critically acclaimed new chefs have opened restaurants in recent years. The property is situated approximately 1 mile from Thalia Hall, a historic landmark and neighborhood cultural arts and events center as well as a concert hall. Thalia Hall is a prime example of the ever-growing art community that Pilsen is. In addition to Thalia Hall, Pilsen is home to the National Museum of Mexican Art which attracts visitors from not only Chicago and the Midwest, but nationally and internationally as well.
Not only are residents extremely close to downtown Chicago but they are also just west of McCormick Place, the largest convention center in North America. The property’s convenient location makes commuting around the city quite easy. 1723 S Ashland Avenue is one block from the CTA 18th St Pink Line Stop, 5 minutes from the Halsted/UIC Metra Train Station, five minutes from the Illinois Medical District, and in close proximity to numerous bus stops.
Building Size1,000 ft²