With much of Hermon’s shops and restaurants located in a shopping center, the opening of the Cycleway Cafe in 2008 in a corner storefront injected some vitality into the tiny neighborhood’s street scene. But Cycleway – named after a bike track – did not last long, closing in early 2010. Now, however, the same building is up for lease.
The LoopNet listing describes the 1,000-square-foot, free-standing building at the corner of Monterey Road and Redfield Avenue as being located in the “Hermon district of Highland Park,” which is sure to rankle Hermon activists. What can you do with this space? The listing provides some ideas:
The perfect corner cafe, coffee bar, gallery, or retail store space. Filled with natural light, this space features exposed beam ceilings, large windows, and an inviting storefront.
The landlord is asking $2,250 a month in rent. How many coffees and muffins need to be sold to cover that rent and sustain a business?
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