Last Revised: 9/9/19. Posting #: 256141
Key Words: asian, thai, san francisco, convert
Financial Info: Price: $170,000. Down: $170,000. Adjusted Net: Call / Email. Annual Revenues: Call / Email. Monthly Rent: $5,000. Lease until 2027.
Asking Price: $170,000
Location: San Francisco, San Francisco County, CA
Monthly Revenues: Contact for info
Monthly Cash Flow: Contact for info
Monthly Rent: $5,000
This fully equipped Thai Restaurant with ABC beer & wine license, is well located in San Francisco Marina District, with constantly high and motorist traffic. This is very easy to access, has excellent visibility in that area. 11' long Hood, Fryer, 6-Burners, Grill, Broiler, 3-door-sandwich-table, Ice machine, 2-door-cooler, 2-door-freezer, Rice Cooker, Rice Warmer, 2-sliding-glass-door-cooler for drinks, Grease Trap.
Organization: LLC | Established: 23 Years | Possession in 2019 | Seating: 49 | Square Footage: 1,000 sq. ft. approximately + Reasonable Storage | Parking: on street | License Required: ABC 41 Beer & Wine License | Days Open/Hours: 7 days, dinner only from 5pm - 10pm | Reason to sell: Other Investment |
Monthly Rent: $5,000 | Lease Expiration: 2027 | Extension/Option: Negotiable |
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