Subject parcel is a 11.88 acre fully improved vacant lot. Seller has two additional fully improved adjacent lots totaling six acres each. Asking price for subject parcel is $6.00 per SF, and $6.25 to $6.75 per SF for the other two six acre parcels. All parcels have off site detention. City will consider commercial, retail, office, medical, recreation, assisted living and multi-family uses. Call for more details.
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This listing 395 Techler Boulevard Crystal Lake, Il 60014
is a land listing
with on a lot of 517,493 sqft (or 11.88 acres). 395 Techler Boulevard is located in Crystal Lake and in ZIP Code 60014.
It has been listed on our site since 4/12/13.
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