Location Location Location is everything! Located in down town Arlington Hts, one block away from Metra. Close to many restaurants and shopping. The building address is 120 Eastman in Arlington Heights. The sister building located 116 Eastman is also for sale located on the corner of Eastman and Highland / Northwest Hwy. This building 120 Eastman is 95% occupied! Location is perfect for present use or re-development, as retails or condos. Prime Location!
This listing 120 West Eastman Street Arlington Heights, Il 60004
is a office/tech listing
on a lot of 47,045 sqft (or 1.08 acres). 120 West Eastman Street was built in 1960. 120 West Eastman Street is located in Arlington Heights and in ZIP Code 60004.
It has been listed on our site since 3/23/17.
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Arlington Heights is the 12th largest municipality in Illinois and the largest community in the northwest suburban corridor of Chicago. The Village provides many attractions such as the Arlington Park Racetrack, Arlington Theatres, Metropolis Performing Arts Centre, and the Mitsuwa Japanese Marketplace. Developments, shopping, and recreational areas have made Arlington Heights an attractiv...
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