Asking Price: $150,000 Gross Revenue: $500,000Cash Flow: $80,000 (Seller's Discretionary Earnings) EBITDA: Not DisclosedInventory: Not Disclosed included in asking priceFF&E: Not Disclosed included in asking priceShare this business:
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The pizza shop is doing great business, and has a 65 take out 35 delivery percentage. We have online ordering through our own app, and Grub Hub as well . All equipment and fixtures are inlcuded in sale . Brewerytown is the next big thing in Philadelphia, and is very close to all major high ways. Girard Ave is home to many trollies and buses . There's a lot of foot traffic, and it is blocks away from Kelly Drive and Fairmount park. The Philadelphia Zoo, Please Touch Museum
Philadelphia Museum of Art, and The Rocky Statue are all within minutes from Girard Ave as well. The Real Estate market in Brewerytown is out of control in the best way possible.
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The lease is absolutely great , there is 17 years left on a 20 year lease . the monthly rent is 1550 for 2 floors of space ,the upstairs can easily be used for seating which we don't use ,the lease alone is worth a lot.
"Brewerytown is booming" is the hashtag you see everywhere because the pizza shop is smack dab in the middle of what is historic Girard Ave .The Ave is the commercial corridor that starts at 29th and ends at 25th and Girard Ave. We also next door to Spot gourmet burgers restaurant, and a lot of other restaurant are coming in the next couple months ... The revitalization of this corridor has been talked about for quite a while, and it's now being put into action.
Growth & Expansion:
Growth is inevitable the area is one of the most "up and coming" neighborhoods to date. From this location there could be so much more done with catering and open delivery area, . Due to the promising neighborhood, the menu expansion possibilities are endless.
Pizza business for sale in booming BREWERYTOWN Philadelphia BOOMING
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