CROSS STREETS: BROADWAY & MONTROSE
PRIME RETAIL SPACES
NEIGHBORHOOD: UPTOWN/WILSON YARD
4400-4444 N BROADWAY AVE
THE LORD COMPANIES, L.L.C.
1030 North Clark Street, Suite 300, Chicago, Illinois, 60610, Phone: 312.944.6270, Fax: 312.944.3759
Commercial storefronts available in Wilson Yard development anchored by a 180,000 SF Target store, 23,000 SF
of small-shop retail space plus 178 apartments.
➢ 4420 N Broadway: 1,128 SF, 20’ frontage, fully built-out nail salon space (former US Nails), combinable with
4422 for 3,012 SF
➢ 4422 N Broadway: 1,884 SF, 22’ of frontage, “vanilla box” (former Bedding Experts), combinable with 4420 for
➢ 4430 N Broadway: 1,324 SF, 20’ of frontage, raw shell space with washroom roughed in, combinable with 4434
N Broadway for 2,712 SF.
➢ 4434 N Broadway: 1,388 SF, 22’ of frontage, fully built-out salon space (former Hair Cuttery), combinable with
4430 N Broadway for 2,712 SF.
➢ 4442 N Broadway: 1,007 SF, 18’ frontage with washroom plus office, seamless vinyl floor (former Mon Ame
Chocolate shop), combinable with 4444 for 2,572 SF
➢ 4444 N Broadway: 1,565 SF, 21’ frontage, (former Weight Watchers), combinable with 4442 for 2,572 SF
All spaces have 21’ ceilings with overhead mechanicals, concrete floors with garage below provides easy access
for plumbing installation plus access to 2 existing “black iron” shafts for food prep
Commercial co-tenants include PNC Bank, AT&T Wireless, CorePower Yoga, Subway, and WeightWatchers.
Location: Located at the NW corner of Broadway and Montrose, Wilson Yard is the southern gateway and the
first major step in the rejuvenation of Uptown. Once the city’s second-busiest commercial area, Uptown is re-
establishing itself as a vibrant destination thanks to a concentration of entertainment venues including the Aragon
Ballroom, Riviera Theater, Green Mill, Double Door, The Baton Show Lounge, Chicago Magic Lounge, Uptown
Lounge and the famous Uptown Theatre (under renovation), all of which draw hundreds of thousands of
attendees annually. Wilson Yard provided the first large block of new affordable housing in the area and several
hundred new housing units are planned along with massive public investment in the recently renovated CTA
Wilson transit station which is less than 1⁄4 mile away.
Traffic Counts: 25,000 vehicles per day (VPD) on Broadway, 16,700 VPD on Montrose Ave, 12,700 VPD on
Zoning: Planned Development (PD943) with C2 (Motor Vehicle-Related Commercial District) underlying zoning for
uses. 46th Ward (Ald. James Cappleman).
Project Usage Restrictions:
1. No toy store exceeding 5,000 square feet of Floor Area shall be permitted.
2. No store, department or operation selling or offering for sale any pharmaceutical drugs requiring the services of
a licensed pharmacist.
3. No liquor store offering the sale of alcoholic beverages for off-premises consumption
4. No bar, tavern, restaurant or other establishment whose annual gross revenues from the sale of alcoholic
beverages for on-premises consumption exceeds thirty percent (30%) of the gross revenues
5. Any veterinary hospital or animal raising or boarding facility; provided, however, this prohibition shall not be
applicable to pet shops or vet clinics.
Demographics: (2020) 1.0 mi 3.0 mi
Lease Rate: Depends on desired delivery condition/build-out requirements, timing, tenant credit, etc.; please
NNN Expenses: Tenant is responsible for its pro rata share of real estate taxes and common area maintenance
(CAM) expenses of approx. $17/SF.
Parking: 105 surface parking spaces are available in the rear for 90-minute validated customer parking or
monthly employee parking ($90/mo.)
Population 80,954 416,059
Households 42,335 200,895
Average Household Income $82,163 $96,446
Median Household Income $59,112 $69,706