This property is identified as a redevelopment opportunity by the city of Naperville and has been earmarked for redevelopment in their Ogden Corridor Enhancement Initiative and their 5th Avenue Study. Conversation with the city indicated a desire for retail, office, multifamily or a mix. The property currently is zoned R2 with a residential home with access from the alley.
Conditional Use, Residential-Single Family, Retail, Special Use
Central Business District
Curbs and Gutters, Sidewalks
Electric to Site, Gas to Site, Sanitary Sewer to Site, Water-Municipal, Water to Site
Taxes & Fees
$7, 875 (2017)
2 (Window/Wall Unit)
This listing 822 North Washington Street Naperville, Il 60563
is a land listing
with on a lot of 17,860 sqft (or 0.41 acres). 822 North Washington Street is located in Naperville and in ZIP Code 60563.
It has been listed on our site since 3/10/19.
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Naperville is regularly named to Money magazine’s list of “Best Small Cities to Live In” and was recently ranked in Fortune’s “Best Places to Live and Launch a Business.” It was dubbed the nation’s best place to raise children by the U.S. Census Bureau in 2000, and a Top 10 place to retire by AARP. So what gives?
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