Last Revised: 9/9/19. Posting #: 251780
Key Words: cafe, san francisco
Financial Info: Price: $179,000. Down: Call. Adjusted Net: Call. Annual Revenues: Call. Rent: $2,200/month. Lease expires 2021 with 10 year negotiable lease available. Only 2 full-time employees on payroll. Seller carry available upon good credit buyer. This business frequently makes cash sales.
Profile: This establishment is a high income business open only 5 days a week from Monday to Friday during all business hours. Closed on holidays.
Good for family business. Only 2 full-time employees.
First come first service to customer. The facility is 2,000 sq. ft., and it has an excellent low rent rate for the area at $2,200/month. The current owners lease expires in 2021 on a 10 year negotiable lease. This establishment also serves Beer and Wine. This business frequently makes cash sales. Restrooms are ADA compliant.
Seller carry available upon good credit buyer.
NDA Required for more information.
Please complete the non disclosure agreement (NDA), and we will send you the name and address with the financial information, lease & the full list of equipment included with the purchase.
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