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For Sale: Italian Restaurant And Pizzeria - Fully Equipped - Lakewood, Los Angeles County
Busy new restaurant fully equipped, little over a year old with seating 24 inside. Open for lunch and dinner 6 days per week. Closed Tues. No beer or wine license. Possible to acquire later. Rent is $2,300 month. Must qualify with landlord. Great store for pick up delivery! Attributes: Financial Assistance, Training & Support, Owner Financing
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Contact: Jack Oh: None Given, 562-544-6863
Status: Active Posting #: 267732 Refreshed: 5/8/2021
Asking Price: $199,000
Down Payment: $50%
Annual SDC: $90,000
Annual Gross: $900,000
Attributes: Training And Support
Owner is retiring after 38 years. Recently remodeled 3 years ago. Fully equipped with walk in cooler and freezer. Has beer wine license. Located on a major street. Densely populated area. Seating for 150. Monthly gross: $75,000. Annual net: $90,000.
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