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17200 Oak Park Avenue



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  • 2005 Year Built

  • 8/4/2017 List Date

8,700 +/- Square Foot Six (6) Combined Commercial/Retail Condo units that can be subdivided. Underground and Surface parking available with 4 designated parking spaces. Zoning: Downtown Core District DC. 195' of frontage on Oak Park Ave.
Property Type
original price
price change
$514,900 ( 52.0%)

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This listing 17200 Oak Park Avenue Tinley Park, Il 60477 is a mixed use listing on a lot of 41,173 sqft (or 255 x 151). 17200 Oak Park Avenue was built in 2005. 17200 Oak Park Avenue is located in Tinley Park and in ZIP Code 60477. It has been listed on our site since 8/4/17.

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