Monica Balder Real Estate Team

175 South Bloomingdale Road
BLOOMINGDALE, IL 60108

Contingent

$1,200,000

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  • 2007 Year Built

  • 5/27/2014 List Date

  • 10,000 Bldg Sq Feet

Partially constructed office building. Raw shell. Has windows, doors, electric. But no floors or interior walls. This listing is for the rear parcel and building only. You can also buy the front parcel. Current owner will sell together or apart.
MLS#
08626276
Property Type
Commercial
original price
$1,300,000
price change
$100,000 ( 7.7%)

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This listing 175 South Bloomingdale Road Bloomingdale, Il 60108 is a office/tech listing on a lot of 63,598 sqft (or 1.46 acres). 175 South Bloomingdale Road was built in 2007. 175 South Bloomingdale Road is located in Bloomingdale and in ZIP Code 60108. It has been listed on our site since 5/27/14.

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