Premium down town Arlington Heights Building in the Metropolis Center near the Metra, Shopping and Restaurants all within the radius of this Building. Parking available in public parking garage next to the Metropolis. The Metropolis Building is a center for Preforming Arts, also has a couple of restaurants, and a Ballroom for private parties, weddings etc.. The Metropolis has it all. This Fourth Floor Offices has High End Tenants with long term leases in place, cap rate of 10%.
This listing 111 West Campbell Street #401 Arlington Heights, Il 60005
is a office/tech listing
on a lot of 21,939 sqft (or 148 x 148). 111 West Campbell Street #401 was built in 2002. 111 West Campbell Street #401 is located in Arlington Heights and in ZIP Code 60005.
It has been listed on our site since 10/30/17.
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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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