Located on Marion St in Downtown Oak Park, this is a great opportunity to lease small independent office space. Two spaces available can be combined to make a suite. From 120 - 336 SF, and $350 to $980 per month all utilities included. Steps from the Marion St Metra and Green Line stops, surrounded by restaurants, pubs, shops, banking, Target and every convenience in the heart of our bustling downtown business district. Abundant natural light from large beautiful windows and skylights fill the offices, hallway and shared waiting area. Unique details throughout. Parking options include on street metered spaces and long term monthly rates at nearby parking garages. Rent includes all utilities and property expenses.
This listing 127 North Marion Street Oak Park, Il 60301
is a office/tech listing
. 127 North Marion Street was built in 1919. 127 North Marion Street is located in Oak Park and in ZIP Code 60301.
It has been listed on our site since 3/3/18.
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Oak Park is best known for the association with Frank Lloyd Wright who designed many homes and community buildings in Oak Park and also made his residence in Oak Park.
Residents in this community cherish history and value a vintage and classical style. This safe community offers good schools and family fun with the convenience of easy access to Downtown Chicago.
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