Tuesday, March 19, 2013
The building at 5141 W. 159th Street currently stands empty, but it could be the future home of any number of businesses. Patch puts it to our readers: What Should Go here?
The 159th Street corridor is lined with businesses that are home to many consumer options. From grocery stores, gas stations, banks and restaurants line both sides of the street, but there are also several empty storefronts. One such location is the building at 5141 W. 159th Street, which features a parking lot, signage along 159th Street and more. The location is listed as a retail store, which means it could be the future home of a grocery store, a gift shop or something else entirely. Patch wants to know: What do you think should go here? For more information about this location, call 708-229-8599.
Monday, February 25, 2013
An entire shopping center located at 15120 S. Cicero Avenue is up for sale or lease. Patch wants to know: What Should Go Here?
Busy Cicero Avenue is home to many businesses in the Oak Forest community, but it is also home to several vacant spots, as well. One such is the commercial shopping strip center at 15120 Cicero Avenue. The location currently has signage for a tattoo shop and tax center, but also has open office space available as well. The office space could be a perfect location for a lawyer's office, an accounting location or some other type of customer service business. The entire center is up for lease or purchase, or single units can be leased as well. A listing for the center touts more than 1,200 square feet of retail space for lease or sale, along with a 10-percent CAP rate for the property. Patch wants to know, what should go here? Leave your …
Tuesday, February 19, 2013
Located between 159th Street and 167th Street, this business location sees plenty of traffic and could be a great location for a future business. Patch wants to know, what should go here?
Located across the street from the Oak Forest Hospital of Cook County, the strip mall at 16150 Cicero Avenue has all the makings of a great business spot. With heavy consumer traffic flowing past the business, ample parking in front and successful businesses neighboring the location, the end cap location of the strip mall has a lot to offer business owners. The space could be a solid location for a small, family restaurant, a retail clothing space or even a small convince store. Patch wants to: What should go here? Want the latest Oak Forest news delivered to your inbox daily? It's free to join!
Monday, February 11, 2013
The strip mall at 15337 Cicero Avenue has several vacant spaces. Today, Patch highlights one of them and asks: What Should Go Here?
Businesses looking for a spot in the Oak Forest marketplace have numerious options of locations to open their doors. From spots along 159th Street to storefronts on busy Cicero Avenue and several places in between, Oak Forest is ready to welcome businesses with open arms. One such storefront is located at 15337-G Cicero Avenue, with easy access to the busy roadway and ample parking for customers. The location also features 500 square feet of retail space, perfect for an office space or small retail area. Rent for the location is $15.30-per-square-foot, per year, according to the building's listing. Rent includes signage on the building and the strip mall’s signage on Cicero Avenue. Utilities are not included in the rent. Want Oak Forest …
Monday, February 4, 2013
Located in the Oak Creek Plaza, the storefront at 15524-B is a small spot a local business could nestle into. Patch wants to know: What Should Go Here?
The Oak Creek Plaza on Cicero Avenue is a smaller business area that features Just Threading and Priceless Grooming Lounge Barber Shop, but it also has space for another business to move on in. The open space, located at 15524-B Cicero Avenue, could be the home of a small shop. Perhaps a mom-and-pop sporting goods store, a takeout restaurant or a boutique of some sort. With high visibility along busy Cicero Avenue and plenty of parking, the location could be perfect for the right type of business. The location also features 900 square feet of floor space and can be rented or leased. Rent is listed at $1,200 per month, according to a listing from R.M. Post Realtors. Patch wants to know: What Should Go Here? For more information about the …
Monday, January 28, 2013
Located along busy Cicero Avenue, the vacant lot at the corner of Cicero and 155th Street is up for sale or lease. Patch wants to know: What Should Go Here?
Business spaces throughout Oak Forest are open for rent, lease or purchase—ready-made structures waiting to be filled. However, at the corner of Cicero Avenue and 155th Street sits an empty lot, with nothing but potential waiting to be seized. The lot could be the home of a future small business, a national retailer or gas station. The lot is up for lease or sale by the Mid-American Real Estate Corporation. Patch wants to know: What Should Go Here? Sound off in the comments below. Parties interested in the lot can contract Mid-American Real Estate at (630) 954-7376 or (630) 954-7358.
Monday, December 31, 2012
Located in the Golf View Plaza, the old Star Tailor location is looking for a new business to call the spot home. What Should Go Here?
Nestled in the Golf View Plaza shopping center, the former home of Star Tailor, 6068 159th Street, currently sits unoccupied. Located near several small shops, including Subway, nail salons and a tuxedo shop, the location features heavy traffic on 159th Street and ample parking. The business could once again be the home of a tailor or dry cleaners, or some other type of small shop. Patch wants to know: What Should Go Here? For leasing information about the space, call (630) 242-3996.
Thursday, August 9, 2012
Don't miss the opportunity to vote for what you feel is the BEST ice cream parlor in your community or a surrounding town. There are plenty of options in our poll! That's for sure.
Wednesday, August 8, 2012
Oak Forest Patch wants your votes. Whom do you trust with your lawn?
Monday, August 6, 2012
Whom do you trust to fix your pipes?