The 3,200-square-foot, mixed-use building and business assets located at 1001 N. Winchester Avenue in Chicago sold for a combined $960,000. SVN Chicago Commercial advisors Tim Rasmussen and Marcus Sullivan represented the seller in the transaction while Goldstreet Partners represented the buyers, husband and wife team Tim Flores and Genie Kwon.
“This was a highly sought-after asset with many of Chicago’s most respected chefs considering the location,” said Sullivan. “We look forward to the opening of Kasama.”
The new owners plan to open their restaurant and daytime cafe, Kasama, in the late spring of this year. Located in West Town, Kasama will showcase specialties from both high profile chefs, including French pastries during the day and Fillipino-American dishes at night.