Last Revised: 9/11/19. Posting #: 248031
Key Words: liquor, san jose, santa clara
Financial Info: Price: $120,000. Down: Call. Adjusted Net: Call. Monthly Rent: $2,810 + NNN. Lease Ending 4/15/20 + 5 Year Option. Rent: $2,810/month Plus $1,535/month NNN. Sellers Lease Ending 4/15/20 Plus One 5 Year Option. Gross Sales: ~$35,000/month (As Per Seller). All Cash.
Profile: Located in a busy plaza, and right off the Almaden Expwy in San Jose. San Jose is one of the biggest cities in the Bay area, and Northern California. Ample parking for customers visiting the liquor store. It is surrounded by residential housing, and businesses, which should bring in much foot traffic. Is well organized, clean, and in a very upscale neighborhood. Not far from 2 huge parks: Jeffrey Fontana Park and Guadalupe Oak Grove Park. It is in a very popular area of San Jose. Wonderful opportunity to own a liquor store in the perfect location, and great price.
Equipment Included: 8-Door Reach-In Cooler, 8-Door Walk-In Cooler, Shelving for Liquor, Cash Register/ Scanner, Main Counter, Gondola Shelving, Price Gun, Storage Shelving, Ice Cooler, and Much More. A full list of equipment is available with the Listing Broker.
Organization: Sole Proprietor | Square Footage: ~1,292 sq. ft. | Licenses Required: City Business License, Health Permit, SBOE, Tobacco, ABC Type-21 (Included & Transferable) | Days Open/Hours: Daily/Hours: Sunday - Thursday, 9am - 11pm, Friday - Saturday, 9am - 12am | Reason for Sale: Other Business Interests.
Rent: $2,810/month Plus $1,535/month NNN. Sellers Lease Ending 4/15/20 Plus One 5 Year Option.
Gross Sales: ~$35,000/month (As Per Seller, Not Verified by Broker)
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