Last Revised: 9/10/19. Posting #: 250522
Key Words: asian, japanese, sushi, bars, burlingame, san mateo
Financial Info: Price: $550,000. Down: $550,000. Adjusted Net: Call/Email. Annual Revenues: $1,200,000. Monthly Rent: $16,500 including CAM. Lease Expiration: 12/31/2021. Lease Option: 5 years.
Profile: Bbb#: 1527
Asking Price: $550,000
Location: Burlingame, San Mateo County, CA
Yearly Revenues: $1,200,000
Yearly Cash Flow: contact for info
Monthly Rent: $16,500 including CAM
This fully equipped sushi Japanese restaurant with ABC 47 full liquor license, is well located in a very desirable community, with constantly high pedestrian and motorist traffic in Burlingame downtown. The corner location, one of the best locations in Burlingame, is excellent with great street visibility. Beautiful patio is attached to main dining by sliding glass wall. The restaurant has a permit for using the building side seating with 16. Seating for 18 on patio. Main dining seating for 32, seating at bar for 22. 12' hood is installed. Basement is available for storage area and walk-in-cooler.
Organization: LLC | Years Established: 20+ years | Current Possession: 5 years | Seating: 32 in main dining, 16 at building side, 22 on bar counter | Square Footage: 2,500 sq. ft. | License Required: business, health, ABC 47 full liquor license | Days Open/Hours: 6 days lunch 11:30am - 2:30pm, dinner 5pm - 10pm, closed on Monday | Reason For Sale: other investments |
Yearly Revenues: $1,200,000
Monthly Rent: $16,500 including CAM | Lease Expiration: 12/31/2021 | Lease Option: 5 years
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