Big potential Liquor store in Culver City. store size : 1,700 SF rent : $3,000 lease : 5+3 good parking freestanding owner work only half day. big potential. Attributes: Training & Support
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Attributes: Broker-Broker Coop, Training And Support
The current owner has been running this liquor store successfully for 32 years with lots of loyal customers and is ready to retire. This liquor store has outstanding business reputation with a local customer base. This is a perfect location for the liquor store in Huntington Park. The asking price is $ 420,000. The gross sales are $ 720,000. The net profit is $180,000-$ 240,000.
The first time in the market for selling the liquor store in S.W Los Angeles area. Under the current ownership over 25+ years and want to retire from it. Ample front parking with corner location and heavy traffics. Business Hours; 8am to 10Pm(if adding more hours can be huge potential liquor store). SBA is Available with down payments.
Attributes: Absentee Run, With Real Estate, Training And Support
A liquor store located in heavily populated residential and commercial mixed area. 100% Help Run - Absentee owner. Established for long time. A typical liquor store with no meat and no produce run by employees on 3,200 SF building and 7,500 sq. ft. lot. Potential to grow this store
Attributes: Broker-Broker Coop, Semi Absentee Run, Absentee Run, Training And Support
Long Beach Absentee Market with built-in client base. 652 sf. Monthly rent $2,191. Lease until 2025 + one 5 yr. option. All of the business's furniture, fixtures, equipment and Type 20 Beer & Wine License will be included in the sale. Retail Inventory of $35,000 will be sold at cost at close.
Attributes: Absentee Run, Real Estate Available, Training And Support
A liquor store located in heavily populated residential and commercial mixed area. 100% Help Run. Established for long time. No meat and No produce. 3,200 SF with rent of $5,000 + NNN. If owner operated, sales will increase, and check cashing can be added - good location. Liquor Store with type 21 liquor license. Monthly sales are $80K on average. Asking $500K + $90K inventory in full cash. 3,200 SF street building.
Attributes: Broker-Broker Coop, Training And Support
Fantastic location. Huge upside potential to increase revenue. Absolutely best location. Area is known to be an affluent community. Lots of loyal customers. East to run. Come see for yourself. Good cash flow, community convenient store. This mini market has a lot of potential to increase revenue The asking price is $ 155,000
Liquor store for sale in Torrance, Los Angeles County. Owner working at part time (3days/week). Big potential for experienced buyer. Very little grocery. Rent is 3,800 and 1,500 sq. ft. At the corner lot with good parking & high traffic.
Liquor and wine store for sale Pico Rivera, CA. The Intersection and busy Corner location and Heavy traffics and parking space in back of the liquor store and entrance to in and out. Very Clean store with good potential. Business Hours; 7AM to 12AM/1Am (weekends).ABC Condition is applies
Price just reduced! This is a great opportunity! 2021 gross receipts is over $700k for just liquor store! Additional $150k/yr revenue with check cashing! Sales is growing year-over-year! Under current ownership over 25 years. On a busy corner! Great parking! Lots of goodwill.
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