Incredible Turn-Key Business, Real Estate and/or Land Value Opportunity in Downtown Wheaton. Home of the Famous Jack Straws Pizza Restaurant. Purchase is As-Is and Includes the Coveted Corner Lot of Land, The Free-Standing Building with Drive-Thru Lane, The Existing Interior & Exterior Business Fixtures & Jack Straws Existing Business Intellectual Property (Marketing & Business Docs). Building has a Basement w/a Restroom. With a little TLC this Business will be Turn Key Ready in no time. Great Location...One Block from the New Marianos. Purchase is As-Is.
This listing 221 South Naperville Road Wheaton, Il 60187
is a land listing
with on a lot of 10,454 sqft (or 0.24 acres). 221 South Naperville Road is located in Wheaton and in ZIP Code 60187.
It has been listed on our site since 8/14/18.
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