Already Zoned for Office, and Multifamily: Developers and Contractors. Rare parcel of land partially used as contractors yard with over 40 rental parking spaces and 40x60 metal building w 2 units is legal non conforming. South end on First street has 3 lots ready to build on w 6 b boxes and underground already in place . 80ft frontage on Wilson and 236ft front on First Street. Multifamily Concept Plan available. Excavated pond to 1st Street is activated. A 6"sewer line is on Wilson Street lot. May be sold in sections. Bring all offers.
Electric to Site, Gas Nearby, Sanitary Sewer Nearby, Water-Nearby
Taxes & Fees
$14, 161 (2016)
This listing 1124 W Wilson Street Batavia, Il 60510
is a land listing
with on a lot of 87,120 sqft (or 2 acres). 1124 W Wilson Street is located in Batavia and in ZIP Code 60510.
It has been listed on our site since 8/2/17.
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