Successful, Well Known Bridal Gown Store For Sale
Located in beautiful Tampa Bay, Fl.
Hillsborough County, FL
TURN-KEY opportunity: successful, award winning, established, privately owned, and highly reputable West Central Florida bridal store with near $1,000,000 per year in gross sales/$240,000 per year NET NET NET. Value of inventory to be determined with potential buyer. Business has been SBA pre-approved.
Real Estate is also available for purchase (priced separately) or new owner may rent. Current owner owns land so no landlord issues with this sale.
Strong potential for growth, and clearly defined opportunities for revenue expansion that current semi-retired owners have not pursued. Many products and services not currently offered that would increase financial rewards.
Convenient location, easily accessible from all parts of Florida.
Existing $250,000 build-out.
This store is breathtaking, warm and inviting.
Be your own landlord or rent the space for this highly profitable, truly joyous, fun and fulfilling business opportunity.
Costume Superstore NW Florida
Costume Sales/Rental--Huge Inventory--Turnkey
Retail store with visible net owner benefit of $50,000. The largest costume superstore in Northwest Florida with $300,000 inventory included in the sale price is for sale. This store is well known in the region and services 4 states and an online store is in development that will greatly benefit a new owner.
The business is 80% sales and 20% rental of a vast selection of costumes for any occasion--children, church, theatrical, party--all types of themes, sports, school, holidays, Halloween, Christmas, Easter, and Mardi Gras. A large assortment of accessories, masks, shoes, wigs, props, crowns, feathered boas, all types of vintage accessories and vintage clothing, jewelry, and theatrical makeup are offered.
Easy operation to learn and run, perfect for owner operator or couple to run without employees or with 1 part time employee.
10 room Mom & Pop Motel in the FLA Panhandle
Profitable Turn Key Business
Port Saint Joe, FL
Ideally located on well traveled Highway 98, just ¼ mile from the Windmark Beach Access and 2 miles west of downtown Port St Joe, the historic Dixie Belle has been successfully family run since 1956.
There are 10 guest rooms, 5 of which have 2 double beds, one king bed room, one room set up for families with a double bottom bunk, single top bunk and separate single bed. All standard rooms have a small fridge, microwave and coffee. There are also 3 full kitchen units. One is small with a queen bed, one medium with a double bed and a single and a large 2 room suite with 4 beds. All rooms have new flat screen TVs.
The Dixie Belle’s main demographic is families and fishermen. There’s plenty of parking for trailered boats and a boat wash area and a fish cleaning station with 2 refrigerator freezers to store bait and fish.
The owner/manager apartment is a single wide trailer which had been totally gutted and rehabbed inside. The outside has been covered in wood siding. The office and lobby have been built onto the mobile home. Currently configured with one bedroom, 1 ½ baths, full kitchen and pantry and a “man cave.” Can easily convert to 2 bedrooms. The office serves as family gathering space.
Current owners are also manager/operators who man the office and provide minor maintenance. Two part-time housekeepers round out the staff.
Improvements have been ongoing with electrical and plumbing upgrades to both the motel proper and the mobile home. The motel’s new metal roof was installed in October of 2015.
Of concern to people purchasing property close to water is the flood zone. The Dixie Belle has been grandfathered in that respect and is not subject to more expensive rezoning.
There's a paid for reservations system, a database of hundreds of guest names, addresses and emails. There are currently active reservations through September of 2016. The majority of room sales are by advance reservation. Pricing depends on season with December being the slowest month.
5 rooms at the Dixie Belle are now pet friendly and occupancy has increased due to this convenience for guests traveling with their furry friends.
This is your chance to "live the dream" at the beach.
Jimmy’s Seaside Fries Kiosk Altamonte Springs, FL - Altamonte Mall!
Altamonte Springs, FL
Offering fresh made-to-order hand cut fries, potato tots, sweet potato fries and sweet potato tots with delicious toppings or tossed with amazing seasonings. As well as loaded baked potatoes.
Also chicken bites, corn dog bites, chicken wings, chicken sliders and pork sliders. Plus funnel fries, funnel cakes, fried Oreos and churros for dessert. Along with Pepsi fountain drinks and Icee drinks.
Turnkey. Simple operation. Fun, bright colorful kiosk. Over $170,000 spent to build out! Perfectly situated in the center court next to Dairy Queen.
Prime retail space in Altamonte Mall, a super-regional shopping mall anchored by Dillard’s, JCPenny, Macy’s and Sears along with 160 specialty shops such as Abercrombie & Fitch, Banana Republic, Coach, Apple, Pandora and much more.
Includes a full-scale food court with favorites like Chick-fil-A, Sbarro, Subway and Taco Bell. Plus an indoor play area for kids and an outparcel state-of-the-art 18 screen AMC Theater.
Only 15 minutes north of Downtown Orlando and about 30 minutes from the Walt Disney World resort area, its the second largest indoor mall in Central Florida.
Advantages of Jimmy's Seaside Fries:
* Low Labor Costs
* High Margin Product
* 98% Product Awareness
* New Fryer Technology
* Unique Products
* Proprietary Flavors & Seasoning
* Full Support Team
Highly confidential listing, please do not discuss with employees or patrons.
Full Service Advertising Agency
Leon County, FL
A full-service advertising agency that focuses on creative design, production, and account management of digital media, social media, web, and in-house video production services. In addition, the company offers a full slate of traditional ad agency services like: graphic design, brand development, media planning and placement, and comprehensive marketing communications services.
· Top notch, highly skilled creative and design team
· Google-certified partner
· Provides enterprise level custom web services/solutions, all
programming is executed in ColdFusion/MySQL, JQuery, etc.
· Sound reputation, been in business for over 20 years
· Diverse customer base with over 100 active clients in 2015
· Consistent revenues and earnings
· Industry agnostic, sectors served include healthcare, higher education,
municipal, and corporate accounts
Restaurant Space for Lease in Downtown.
Restaurant Space for Lease in Downtown.(Turn-Key Build-Out available for a Strong Operator and Concept). Located near the courthouse and the future home of CentralMiami Station Development. The restaurant space is 3000 square feet. Landlord will assist in the build-out for the right operator and concept.(Construction of the hood, grease trap, restrooms, plumbing, electrical, and more). Please contact Dave Walis for additional information and to arrange a walk through of the facility. 305-450-3077 email@example.com
Company executives have detailed development plans for a massive railway station on a historic spot in Miami. The complex, called MiamiCentral, will serve local commuters, travelers to Orlando, and feature restaurants, shops and residential and office towers.
Old photographs of the original Florida East Coast Railway passenger station in downtown Miami show a two-story wooden structure with a peaked roof and windows with awnings.
Demolished in 1963, the old train depot vanished into history after passenger rail service to Miami ended in the 1960s.
Construction executives Jeffrey A. Gouveia Jr., Scott Sanders and John Guitar discuss plans on the site of CentralMiami. Roberto Koltun - El Nuevo Herald
Work has now begun on a new station at the same spot that will bring back passenger train service — this time between Miami and Orlando.
Though the overall plan for the rail and business complex was disclosed last year, executives of All Aboard Florida recently described specific new details on how the station will operate and what its associated towers and buildings will contain. They also provided a timeline for construction of various structures that will make up the station and business hub they call MiamiCentral.
The $3 billion project, known as All Aboard Florida, is not just another two-story train depot. The new structure will be a massive complex featuring not only rail platforms but also high-end shops and restaurants as well as hotel and office towers.
The hub for train platforms, hotel rooms, office suites and rental apartments will rise on the site where early 20th century railroad and hotel tycoon Henry Flagler built his original depot 103 years ago, across from the Miami-Dade County Courthouse near the corner of Northwest First Street and First Avenue.
“We’re re-establishing passenger service on the original Flagler railroad site,” said Scott Sanders, executive vice president development and construction for All Aboard Florida.
And just like Flagler’s railroad and hotels fostered urban development in Miami and other Florida cities last century, All Aboard Florida executives believe their project will similarly attract more residents, visitors and investors in the 21st century. They expect the drab downtown section where the MiamiCentral station will rise to become a bustling urban spot for entertainment, shopping, dining, living and working.
All Aboard Florida is a project being developed by Florida East Coast Industries, a rail and real estate company dating back to Flagler’s firm.
The idea, All Aboard Florida executives say, is to build a world-class, iconic complex that will generate business development downtown and provide a seamless connection to Metrorail and Metromover services at the nearby Government Center transit station.
“It will be one of the most important buildings in the city of Miami for generations, the grand central station of a major city in the United States,” Sanders said.
The new station will be elevated, 50 feet above the ground, so rail tracks don’t block traffic on busy downtown streets; and the hotel, office and residential towers will be among the tallest buildings in the city.
One of the innovations is what planners have in store for the space under the elevated platforms.
“Underneath that platform, then you have 200,000 square feet for retail business,” Sanders said. “Underneath the train platform, there are two levels of retail that are created just by the very nature of having lifted those trains up in the air.”
John Guitar, senior vice president business development, said he expects the rail and business hub to draw millions of riders and visitors.
“Somewhere between 10 to 12 million people a year will be going through this facility,” Guitar said. “That’s 25,000 to 30,000 people a day. It really affects what you can do from a retail standpoint.”
Guitar says the rail and business hub will feel less like a train station and more like a modern airport concourse or a street with high-end shops, restaurants and entertainment outlets.
MiamiCentral will be near the planned Miami World Center, which includes The Mall at Miami Worldcenter with such planned stores as Bloomingdale’s and Macy’s.
The elevated platform of MiamiCentral will be built on parcels that until recently served as parking lots. The platform will be just north of the County Hall building and right across from the Wilkie D. Ferguson federal courthouse. The massive structure will stretch across several blocks, from Northwest Third to Eighth streets.
“It’s like a high-rise building turned on its side,” said Sanders.
Three towers will rise from the top of the elevated platform, Sanders said.
On the north end, a 10-story tower will house offices. On the south end, two other towers — one 39 stories and the other 33 — will be built for apartments. One of the towers will contain 450 units and the other 350.
Residents will have amenities that include pools, dog-walking areas, a jogging track and a basketball court.
The elevated platform and the towers rising from the top are all part of project’s first phase of development, along with a separate building just to the west of MiamiCentral where All Aboard Florida will house its headquarters, a parking lot with 1,181 spaces for passengers, more office space, and retail outlets.
On the elevated platform itself, All Aboard Florida envisions rail tracks for its Miami-Orlando passenger trains and for Tri-Rail, which is planning to operate commuter service out of the MiamiCentral station.
Workers are now setting up the foundation for the structure, drilling the holes where massive beams will be installed to hold elevated tracks. Sanders said he expects the beam work to be completed by November. Then workers will begin building the towers. Under the current plan, MiamiCentral will open by the end of 2016, Sanders said.
The office tower and the residential towers are expected to be completed by 2017.
For now, the contractor, Suffolk, is drilling 1,680 piles into the ground, some going 60 feet deep and others 115 feet, to support the elevated structure.
“We will have four rigs, a rig on each block, drilling piles and filling them up with concrete every day, so the entire building can sit on these fingers that go down into the ground,” Sanders said.
In the second phase of the project, Sanders said, All Aboard Florida plans to build a tower just south of the elevated station to house a hotel and more residential apartments. The work is expected to begin in mid- to late-2017.
When completed, the hotel-residential tower would rise to about 850 feet, Sanders said.
All Aboard Florida expects to start express passenger train service in two phases. The first is from Miami to Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach in late 2016 and the second to Orlando in 2017.
Located in Downtown Miami. Near Courthouse and New MiamiCentral Station Development
Landlord may be willing to assist in Build-Out for Strong Operator and Concept.
3,000 Square Feet of Restaurant Space
Inside and Outside Seating
Great opportunity in downtown for an established Restaurateur with a Track Record