Description About This Posting: Franchise Pizza Restaurant
SALE IN ESCROW
This fun Quick Casual Pizza Restaurant is being offered with the current Pizza Franchise concept in place or as a turnkey Conversion with a stylish look and new equipment. The space is set up for fast pizza but is ready to go for nearly any use that makes sense in this busy retail trade area surrounded by upper income residential.
The restaurant benefits from its location in a major shopping center with Big Box Retail and high-volume, so a lot of eyes see this prominent location every day!
This restaurant has a kitchen with a high-volume quick-fire pizza oven, an 8ft Hood & Ansul, grill and everything the next owner needs. The equipment includes a 12-handle Digital Tap System. The interior design features a bright clean look with modern furniture and unique lighting fixtures that are very 'Instagrammable' and that could complement a variety of concepts.
If the next owner chooses to continue with the current franchise brand, the area developer is offering some nice incentives; however, the franchise license is optional. The next owner considering this space for a conversion will benefit from the months of time saved waiting for permits and inspections and from avoiding the unexpected costs the inevitably come up during a major remodel because all the hard work has been completed!
The space itself is approx 2000sf with Total Rent $8,560 (includes CAM/NNN, Garbage, Sewer and Water). Lease in place until Dec 2019 and there are two 5-year options.
The place shows pride of ownership with a very clean kitchen and equipment which has been well maintained.
The Sale includes an ABC Type 41 Beer & Wine License.
Interested? Please complete the Confidentiality Agreement/NDA form to get started.
Once we receive your Confidentiality Agreement, we will send you information with the street address and other details.
This is a Confidential Listing so please Do Not Disturb the business. Tours are by appointment only.
We look forward to talking with you about this exciting opportunity!
To get more information about this Franchise Pizza Restaurant business for sale in
Roseville - Rocklin Area please phone Tricia Bernhardt (Broker - BRE License #:01168790) at 916-482-7979 - if you get
voicemail please leave a detailed message - make sure you mention you
saw this posting/ad #246996 on BizBen.com. In addition to phoning
Tricia Bernhardt, make sure you email Tricia Bernhardt above to get more info about this
Franchise Pizza Restaurant, to ask any questions or request an appointment to see this
business for sale, franchise, or opportunity. Thank you.
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