Commercial Property Listings





A great place to locate your business.

"Unmet demand for retail goods is prevalent in Greater Humboldt Park, which remains underserved in many retail categories in spite of strong buying power."    

Greater Humboldt Park Retail Potential Market Scan, June 2008

  • Are you a looking for a place to locate your business?

  • Are you a property owner looking for a commercial tenant?  

These are the commercial properties currently available for lease or sale in West Humboldt Park.  West Humboldt Park Development Council is a great resource for businesses looking for retail, office or commercial space. 

WHPDC provides access to these properties through a partnership between the City of Chicago and World Business Chicago (WBC). These listings and more may be viewed with WBC's Site Selector mapping tool which includes the ability to add additional map layers. 

Property availability changes daily. If you find a property that is no longer available, please contact us.

For Brokers     |     For Businesses     |     For Owners

Property listings availability change from time to time. We work diligently to add listings and to keep data current. Please contact us for more information on the best place to locate your business.

DISCLAIMER: WHPDC makes no representations as to the accuracy, completeness, correctness or validity of any information on this site and will not be liable for any errors, omissions or delays in this information.  WHPDC is not a real estate broker or agent.  This listing tool is absolutely FREE for property owners, managers, brokers, and businesses.  Please contact Tom Otto (773) 342-0036 for more information or to add properties to the list. 

Micro Market Commercial Study (2012): 

In January 2012 the West Humboldt Park Development Council commissioned Project Engineers Plus and UIC's Center for Business and Entrepreneurialism Studies to create a micro market study to be used as a tool to attract business into the West Humboldt Park commercial corridor, a 1 mile stretch of Chicago Avenue between Pulaski & Kezie.  

The study is posted here in its entirety.