Short Profile: Previously commercial kitchen, Great opportunity to own a state of art previously Commercial kitchen can easily grow to high profit or if you need the kitchen for your own use, everything updated, private gated parking lot, monument sign, walking cooler, everything in good shape, it can convert. Email contact.
Short Profile: Location for sale in an extremely dense part of San Francisco's financial district. This location is poised for strong breakfast and lunch sales Monday - Friday. It is near the Transamerica Building, the Montgomery BART station, and many office buildings. This is a large space that can seat 80-plus. Email contact.
Short Profile: $500 Daily Guarantee- Seeking Catering Partner! Expand Your Catering Revenue. Email contact.
Short Profile: No competition Surrounded by about 40 established company offices and hotel academy. Many regular customers come from the building complex for breakfast and lunch. Favorable low rent and five-day workweek *7 AM. to 3:30 PM. An old customer training period present. Email contact.
Short Profile: This is the Largest coverage area with abundant parking space. Grocery store can be converted into Super Giant Banquet Hall. Can be designed for 1400 people capacity. Current Banquet Hall capacity for 500 People and restaurant is separate from Banquet Hall which has the capacity of 80 people. Email contact.
Short Profile: Located in the highly desirable santa cruz area, these two innovative and popular restaurants feature highly creative and delicious fun cuisine. Highest quality fresh and organic ingredients are used, with great vegetarian options available. Casual and affordable. Open for lunch and dinner daily. Email contact.
Short Profile: 500 sq. ft. Restaurant doing business for the past 45 years in bay area. This location is currently operating as an Italian restaurant / deli, with limited menu. However, this is an amazing location to be converted into a charming coffee house, ice cream parlor, or a delicatessen etc. Email contact.
Short Profile: First time in the market, Established Business with Great Books & Records, lot's of room to grow, popular among the neighborhood and nearby cities, original name and business started 25 years ago, current location since 2008. Gross sales of $1.1M. Rent can be negotiated to original: $3.00 sq. ft. Email contact.
Short Profile: A popular Burger restaurant is located at a super location next to some nationally known anchor tenants and theaters. Many high tech companies and a college are in close proximity and would bring many people to this location. It was built up from scratch in 2019 costed over $750K. 2400 sq. ft. Email contact.
Short Profile: The restaurant is located in down town of the prestige city of bay area. It is Very busy street with heavy foot traffic. People dream to have business in this city. it is 2,100 sq.ft. There is full kitchen, office area, and storage and ADA restrooms. There is a type 47(Full liquor) ABC license. Email contact.
Short Profile: Established deli cafe in Newark, CA for sale. Current owner is moving out of state and motivated to sell the business. A good opportunity for the family to operate the business. Lease left:3 years Landlord willing to negotiate new or additional options. Email contact.
Short Profile: Brand new store, brand new equipment, large store, brand new Hood, very good lease, best rent price, Busy area, great parking. It's located San Jose by Willow Glen close to downtown Campbell. Email contact.
Short Profile: Established & a cash cow, Breakfast/Lunch, Easy operation, it's been profitable for many years, long term dedicated employees, many upgrades with the fixtures and equipment, unbelievable low lease for that area, potential for dinner and applying for beer & wine, all books are clean. Email contact.
Short Profile: Great Location next to a National Hotel, Beautiful Clean upscale Restaurant which can be converted to any concept or carry on. Nice Large open Kitchen with excellent condition equipment, walk-in cooler & a Nice Bar with stainless steel counter top, everything up to code & up to date, A wine room. Email contact.
Short Profile: Can be converted to any concept, Downtown PA prime Locatinon, you can do baking as well as cooking in a full kitchen set up, nda is a must, please contact me by the phone or text/email for a tour and more info, motivated seller. 8' type 1 hood, plus type 2 hood for a large baking oven, 1750 sq. ft. Email contact.
Short Profile: One of the most popular well known restaurants with a hard liquor license. Established for 30+ years ago, strong sales, great profit, 7,200 sq. ft. With a banquet hall style for large parties up to 400-600 people, great for weddings and all sorts of private parties, strong catering clients, & more. Email contact.
Short Profile: Restaurant with an attractive Patio & old charm, full bar & second floor for banquets & events, high volume sales, long established clients, great lease terms, menu, name & recipes are all included, lots of room to grow, previous restaurant experience will help to qualify for the lease. Email contact.
Short Profile: This restaurant, located in a freestanding building on a busy street, is a sports bar and grill specializing in classic American entrees. Open from 11am to 10pm, 7 days a week, has a type 47 ABC license and serves food till 9pm. It's a very popular venue for patrons to watch their favorite sports. Email contact.
Short Profile: Breakfast and lunch restaurant in nice location (Shopping center). Rent is $10,000 and yearly sales are $1,200,000. Owner is managing it and net profit is $260,000 per year. There's a full kitchen with a hood and walk-in cooler. Potential to add beer/wine license and more to menu. Email contact.
Short Profile: Restaurant - Asset sale with property. 5,000 sq. ft. lot and 2,500 sq. ft. turnkey restaurant space. 500 sq.ft. office spaces (can be rented out). There's walk- in cooler and freezer and new condition equipment. Owner may carry with 50% down. Email contact.
|Helpful Resources To Assist In Selling And Buying California Businesses|
|Matt Weiler, Business Broker: Gas Station Specialist
Business Broker Specializing in primarily gas stations. Geographic area of focus: San Francisco Bay Area to Sacramento and as far South as Monterey, California. To sell or buy a small or large gas station phone Matt (gas station business broker specialist) direct at 408-623-0920.
|Shalonda Chappel: Escrow & Bulk Sale Services - Southern California
Escrow services to brokers/agents, sellers, & buyers. Established 43 years. Extraordinary service. Experienced with handling difficult transactions. One stop for all your escrow needs: Bulk sales, lien searches, UCC searches, liquor license transfers, publishing & recording services. 951-808-3972.
|Mike Brewer: Liquor License Broker, ABC Consulting Service
Liquor license brokerage and consulting services. We provide: Alcohol License Transfers Application Consulting & Processing, Liquor License Purchases & Sales, City Zoning Permits & Land Use Entitlements, Public Convenience or Necessity Findings and Letters. Phone Mike Brewer direct at 800-437-1100.
|Ryan Clark, Business Broker: Southern California
The Veld Group provides a refreshing approach to Business Brokerage, Mergers & Acquisitions and Business Consulting and Valuations. From Your Street to Wall Street, we cater to Main Street Businesses as well as more complex Strategic Firms and Start-Ups. Phone Ryan, Business Broker at 310-652-8353.
|Brian Loring, Broker Specialist: Property Management Businesses
Brian Loring, CBB, CVB, ARM at ManageVisors (Owned by property managers): Assisting business buyers and sellers with property management and property-related service businesses: residential, commercial, associations, vacation rentals, landscaping, janitorial. A sales advisory and consulting firm.
|Lee Petsas, Business Broker: Southern California Area
Lee Petsas has been selling businesses with UBI Business Brokers in Southern CA since 1981. In 1999 he became the Owner and Broker for UBI. He has been approved multiple times by Courts as an Expert Witness in the area of Business Valuations.
|William F. Ziprick, Attorney: Legal Services For Buyers And Sellers
Through creative problem solving, attention to detail, accessibility, & understanding that unnecessary delay is often a deal killer, I work closely with my clients and other professionals to consistently achieve a high rate of closings. Office: 909-255-8353, Cell: 509-951-7230.
|Taj Randhawa, Business Broker Specialist - Gas Stations, Liquor Stores
If you are interested buying or selling a gas station, liquor store feel free to phone me for a consultation. My vast experience & specialization in gas stations & liquor stores helps me in serving my clients with full confidence, trust & sincerity. Serving Central Valley, SF Bay Area. 559-259-4247.
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