LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION - Attention all developers, investors & homeowners lets build and invest in the North Kenwood/Oakland Community! This 2000 square foot vacant land is located in a desirable area close to public transportation, grocery stores and minutes to downtown. RM-5 zoning (20x99'1) - Parcel boundary dimensions are estimated and should be verified for accuracy. HISTORY FUN FACT REPEATING ITSELF: In 1909 this area of East 43rd Street in the Oakland neighborhood was recognized as a desirable location. The Illinois Central Railroad and the Kenwood Branch of the South Side 'L' had stations nearby. A few blocks to the east, there were Burnham Park and Lake Michigan. The housing stock was solid, substantial, and pricey. The historic district is centered around the intact attached row-house blocks of 4400 S. Berkeley Ave. and S. Ellis Ave., but also includes over 100 dispersed buildings including the former home of blues legend Muddy Waters at 4339 S. Lake Park Ave.