Last Revised: 9/9/19. Posting #: 252144
Key Words: taqueria, mexican, san francisco
Financial Info: Price: $160,000. Down: $160,000. Adjusted Net: $108,000. Annual Revenues: $347,253. Rent: $4,371/month. Lease Until April 2024.
Asking Price: $160,000
Location: San Francisco, SF County, CA
Yearly Revenues: $347,253 (Estimated)
Yearly Cash Flow: $108,000 (Estimated)
Monthly Rent: $4,371
This Taqueria Mexican Restaurant being Fully Equipped is located on a major street surrounded by residential in Outer Mission District. Front Kitchen with 9' Hood, 8 Gas Burners, 1 Grill, 2 of Sandwich Table with 2-door, 1 Sandwich Table with 1-door, Restroom, Back Kitchen with 18' Hood, 8 Gas Burners, 1 Grill, 1 Big Burner, Prep Sink, Hand Sink, 3-Compartment Sink, Mop Sink, 1 Meat Slicer, 1 Dish Washer, Grease Trap, Walk-in-Cooler, 2-Door Cooler, Sandwich Table with 1-door cooler.
Organization: Individual | Established Business: 16 Years | Current Owner: 8 Years | Seating: 36 + | Square Footage: 1,200 sq. ft. | License Required: ABC 41 Beer & Wine, Health & Business | Days Open/Hours: 7 Day 10:30am - 10pm | Reason To Sell: Other Investment |
Monthly Rent: $4,371 | Lease Expiration: April 2024 | Yearly Adjustment: 3% | Option/Extension: Negotiable |
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