Last Revised: 9/11/19. Posting #: 252249
Key Words: liquor, deli, sandwich, subs, san francisco
Financial Info: Price: $165,000 + approximately $50,000 Inventory. Rent: $2,800/month gross. Lease: Sellers lease is good thru 2022. New 5 year term plus 5 year option to be negotiated with Landlord. Gross Sales: ~$45,000/month (As Per Seller). All Cash.
Profile: Liquor Store with Deli located in the Sunnyside District of San Francisco. It is surrounded completely by residential housing, which will provide a constant flow of foot traffic. This location have been proudly serving the community sine 1982. Sunnyside district is served by two BART Stations (Glen Park & Balboa Park BART) & three Muni bus lines.
This store is known for its Sandwiches, wide collection of Craft Beer, Liquor, Wines plus Nitro cold brew coffee, Kombucha + Cold brew tea on tap. Inventory approximately $50,000 is not included in the asking price.
Equipment Include: 10-Door Reach-In Cooler, 3-Door Kegerator plus draft tower with 8 handles, Gondola Shelving, Custom Built Wooden Liquor/ Wine Cabinetry, Main Counter, Deli Prep Table & Refrigerator, Deli Display Case Refrigerator, Coffee Machine, Cash Register, 2 Price Guns. TV, 8-Security Cameras w/ DVR & Monitor, 3-Compartment Sink, and Much More. A full list of equipment is available with the Listing Broker.
General Information: Organization: Sole Proprietor | Square Footage: ~700 sq. ft. | Licenses Required: City Business License, Health Permit, SBOE, Tobacco, ABC Type-21 Liquor License (Included & Transferable) | Days Open/Hours: Monday - Friday, 7am to 11pm, Saturday & Sunday, 9am - 11pm | Reason for Sale: Other Business Interests.
Rent: $2,800/month gross
Lease: Sellers lease is good thru 2022. New 5 year term plus 5 year option to be negotiated with Landlord.
Gross Sales: ~$45,000/month (As Per Seller, Not Verified By Broker)
Financing: All Cash
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