Last Revised: 9/10/19. Posting #: 252115
Key Words: chinese, asian, alameda, convert
Financial Info: Price: $220,000. Down: Email. Adjusted Net: $95,000. Annual Revenues: $630,000+. Rent: $5,200/month (Including NNN). Lease: 6-Years Remaining (Including 5 Year Option). Additional 5 Year Option possible. Gross Sales: $55,000/month (As Per seller). Financing: All Cash. SBA Doable.
Profile: Popular Chinese Restaurant located on Park Street in downtown Alameda. This is one of the busiest streets that brings in a large amount of foot traffic to the restaurant. Park Street is known for its busy & vibrant environment. Most of the popular Bars & Restaurants are in close proximity to this location.
Equipment: Procore Refrigerator, Procore Sandwich Refrigerator, Ascend Refrigerator, Freezer, 11-Foot Hood, 4 Range Oven, Fryer, Waitress Station, Cold Tech Reach, Fish Tank, Cash Register / Scanner, Freezer, Meat Grinder, Meat Cutter, Prep Table 2 Sink, Prep Sink and Much More. A full list of equipment is available with the Listing Broker.
Organization: LLC | Square Footage: 1,250 sq. ft.
Licenses Required: City Business License, Health Permit, SBOE, ABC Type-41 Beer & Wine License (Included & Transferable) | Seating Capacity: 50. Hours: Wednesday - Monday, 11:30am - 9:30pm. Closed on Tuesday.
Reason for Sale: Other Business Interests
Rent: $5,200/month (Including NNN)
Lease: 6-Year Remaining on Sellers Lease (Including 5 Year Option). Additional 5 Year Option possible Subject to Negotiations with Landlord.
Gross Sales: $55,000/month (As Per seller, Not Verified by Broker)
All Cash| SBA Doable
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