Last Revised: 9/10/19. Posting #: 250898
Key Words: liquor, deli, san francisco
Financial Info: Price: $175,000. Down: Call. Adjusted Net: Call. Rent: $4,000/month (Gross). New 5 Year Lease Plus 5 Year Option. Gross Sales: ~$43,000/month (As Per Seller). Financing: All Cash. 1/2.
Profile: Located on one of the main streets in San Francisco. It is completely surrounded by residential housing and businesses. Great location for tons of foot traffic from pedestrian, and cars passing by. Very well organized, and kept very clean. Beautiful cherry wood shelving displaying liquor & different items for sale. Small little deli inside store, which creates additional flow of customers. Cute little bistro set in front of store for customers enjoy their lunch from the deli. Perfect opportunity to create more revenue by potentially adding lotto commission. Liquor store does not have tobacco license.
Equipment Included: Cash Register, ATM Machine, Main Counter, 2-Door Walk-In Cooler, 7-Door Reach-In Cooler, 6-Door Reach-In Freezer, 2-Door Freezer, Glass Display Racks, Wine Display Wall, Liquor Display - Wall, All Shelving, Candy Display, Produce Display, Meat Slicer, Deli Case, Sandwich Prep, Table Top Oven, Freezer, 3-Comp Sink, Ice Cream Cooler Ben & Jerry, and Much More. A full list of equipment is available with the Listing Broker.
Organization: Sole Proprietor | Square Footage: ~1,200 sq. ft. | Licenses Required: City Bus License, Health Permit, SBOE, ABC Type-21 (Included & Transferable)
Days Open/Hours: Sunday - Thursday 8:00am to 10:00pm, Friday - Saturday 8:00am to 11:00pm.
Reason for Sale: Other Business Interests
Rent: $4,000/month (Gross) | New 5 Year Lease Plus 5 Year Option.
Gross Sales: ~$43,000/month (As Per Seller, Not Verified by Broker)
No Lotto, No Tobacco Sales (Store Does Not Have Tobacco Permit)
All Cash | 1/2
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