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Located in Seattle's thriving Capitol Hill neighborhood and the soon-to-be completed main hub of the Capitol Hill Light Rail Station, this business is surrounded by existing and ongoing residential expansion as well as a synergistic mix of bars and eateries and it lies in the heart of one of Seattle's most desirable and densely populated areas. The functional, professional design and build-out coupled with inviting high-end finishes offers small plate food service, craft cocktails and regional beers and has no deferred maintenance. turnkey opportunity.
Amazing location on Top of Queen Anne! Great Foot traffic with prime store frontage. This space is perfect for anyone who ever wanted to open a wine bar or craft cocktail bar! Clean and pristine FF&E with lots of potential. Great space for owner operator. 1180 RSF, Rent is $3909 including NNN.
Amazing location on 1st Ave in the Heart of Pioneer Square, great foot traffic and PRIME window frontage. 2,200 Sq. FT with a type I hood, class H, currently seats 100. It has been with the current owner for 6 years. This is his last restaurant to sell before retiring. There will be no books or records; this is a hard asset sale and lease. *PRIME for Pioneer Square with old Seattle charm exterior brick but safety of building upgrades!
Full service restaurant with show case cook line, production kitchen, newer equipment, currently serving beer and wine, potential for class H. Approximant 1,000 +/- Mezzanine that is currently used for storage and office potential for private party seating. Show case store front windows on Ballard Ave. Current seating cap. 85
Great corner unit in Belltown/Lower Queen Anne with outside seating, foot traffic, great bar with picture windows to reveal AMAZING Seattle Views. Newer building with 2,200 RSF, rent at $4,800 including NNN, type I hood, HVAC, walk-in cooler **GREAT Chef owner space or bar; can be any concept.
Long standing Italian restaurant making memories for hundred of customers for well over 20 years. Located in a high traffic area in Seattle, not much Italian food competition close by. Profitable and turnkey yet so many ways to expand upon this business. Current owner only works about 15 hours a week so an owner operator who is here day to day would save significant on labor costs thus adding to the profit line. Also with owner in place day to day and being more proactive in the operations this would help to ensure positive customer service and for sure make employees be better employees. All this adds up on the bottom line profits in a positive way. Five to seven thousand people live or work just walking distance away in apartments, condos and lots and lots of offices and office workers to cater to. Currently owner just serves a dinner menu and offers no catering. No attempt is being made to capture the breakfast and lunch business at all. Serves wine and beer but has no bar so here is another possible way to add income. Many customers ask about pizza and current owner does not offer pizza, so putting a pizza oven in the kitchen could very well be a business all of its own. There is also no delivery service being offered. So there are lots of ways to expand on an already good restaurant. Kitchen has hood so food concept could be modified as needed. This is and has been a neighborhood gathering place for many years and has that kind of feel to it. All equipment is owned and included in the sale. Lease is reasonable especially for the size and location of this restaurant.
Ravenna area Gastro Pub located in highly desired north-end neighborhood with excellent vehicle and foot traffic visibility. Established in 2009; Licensed for Spirits, Beer and Wine; Type 1 Hood; Full size walk-in cooler; HVAC; Sprinkler System; Great Lease...1583 Sq Ft; Seating for 60; Parking for 6+ Street; $3,050. mo +NNN; Five years with one five (5) year option. Right of First Refusal on Property. Outside seating possible.
A classis Bar & Grill situated on a high traffic, high visibility arterial near Greenlake. Regular, loyal patrons know it as a comfortable place to shoot pool, throw darts, play ping pong, compete in trivia or just to hang out and enjoy a game on one of the many HD televisions. The well appointed bar fronts the kitchen and offers extensive tap menu of local and craft brews. Profitable turnkey opportunity.
Well established Bar & Grill situated on First Avenue under the Pike Place Market umbrella. Good mix of business, tourist and regular customers. Facility features full kitchen with 12` Class-one hood, walk-in coolers and two well appointed bars. Fantastic views of Elliott Bay, or enjoy the hustle and bustle of the city on the sidewalk patio and its massive pedestrian foot traffic. Profitable opportunity or ideal for any concept.
Cowlitz County, WA
Very profitable Bar with Real Estate included in the price. By far the busiest bar in the area. Liquor license and $500,000 gross gambling license. Gambling sales have increased tremendously now representing 50% of gross income, lounge sales are 35%, and food sales are 15%. This bar has been successful because they run a fair business, don't over price, don't cheat, and always try and give back to the customer. Castle Rock is a wonderful place to live, work and play. It is the Gateway to Mount St. Helens, one of the most outstanding tourist attractions in Washington state. It is situated on Interstate 5, located 134 miles south of Seattle and 63 miles north of Portland, Oregon. Good opportunity for anyone who is tired of the daily grind of working in Seattle or any big city with its hour+ commute to work. Here you can own your own business. Live in a great place. Earn $200K+.
Sitting on the picturesque Seattle Waterfront; this space has two complete kitchens; one for restaurant second for catering or commissary, 4,796 RSF, parking, full bar, building has been renovated and retro-fitted, full sprinkler system; this is NOT park of the Seawall construction. 2014 Gross $1,522,124 and net $ 141,339. This listing requires NDA
Have you ever been to Cirque du Soleil? If you hurry, you may still be able to get the controlling stake in Cirque du Soleil for only $1.5 billion! Or for a few dollars less, this well-established, turn-key entertainment business allows you to enter show business today ! Enterprise has superior branding and reputation for performance quality as documented in Tripadvisor ratings including Best New Show of the Year and #1 in Nightlife. For someone looking to get into show business, the opportunity doesn't get any better than this. Enhance your annual earnings as a total absentee owner or exit the corporate world with a multi six-figure income today ! *Attention foreign buyers: Citizenship through EB-5 investment !*
The craft brewing industry has experienced tremendous growth in the past three decades and the growth continues to accelerate. In recent years, consumer tastes have shifted away from beers produced by large breweries to craft beers made by smaller breweries. The March/April 2014 issue of New Brewer by the Journal of the Brewer’s Association, addresses the growing craft beer industry: • In 1983, there were 12 microbreweries in North America. • In 1993, there were 400 microbreweries. • In 2014, there are 3,000 microbreweries The target company is a national award winning brewery in the North Methow Valley of Washington State. It is also a destination brewpub/restaurant that has experienced consistent growth since 2010. The target also distributes product to the west side of the state in the Seattle area and up and down the I-5 corridor. There is significant potential to expand distribution channels with an investment in production capacity. What makes the target beers unique is their special brewing process, the quality controls they have in place and the water used in the product. The water originates from the town’s deep well in an uncontaminated aquifer that is not chlorinated by the town’s water system. The target is a family-oriented business with customer’s ages from children to seniors. The majority of customers are young/middle-age, middle/upper class Americans and Canadians and has developed very strong local/regional support. Many customers come from the Seattle area, British Columbia, and Eastern Washington. The brewery gets a number of world travelers that come to experience the beauty of the Cascade Loop and Pacific Northwest.
Pioneer Square, WA
FUN FUN FUN!!! Well Establish Nightclub Downtown Seattle; absentee owners. Gross sale 2014 Tax returns $1,724,664 NET $213,088 plus owners salary of $ 266,271, Full Kitchen, Full Bar with many unique amenities; a staple in the Nightclub scene and with sports enthusiast . All interested parties must sign NDA.
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