This is a perfect opportunity to own your own non-franchise sandwich shop without spending hundreds of thousands of dollars in startup costs. The owner has invested over $390,000 into equipment, infrastructure, decor, web site, and an e-Commerce system. After the partnership fell apart, the owner is not able to operate the business at the age of 74 and has now retired in Hawaii. The business is not operating anymore as of 12/28/14. All the furniture, fixtures, and equipment worth $354,474 are brand new as of 2012, and are included in the asking price of $35,000. The seller is very motivated. All offers will be considered!
Beautiful and almost brand new build out. The premise is 1,800 square feet. The sandwich shop seats 17 people. The rent is $3,182.70 + NNN.
Competition / Market Pros & Cons
Located on a busy street, the sandwich shop draws a steady customer base with its great menu of sandwiches that are different than what's offered at most sandwich shops.
Growth and Expansion Pros & Cons
This sandwich shop needs an owner who is willing to invest more time and energy into marketing the business. For instance, one could take advantage of the existing online ordering system and market to corporate customers in the area that order dozens of sandwiches at a time for a meeting, busy professionals who tip well for hot sandwiches delivered, and event planners that are always looking for food vendors that can provide catering for the events they plan.
Support / Training Available
Reason for Selling
Partnership fell apart. Owner moved to Hawaii for retirement.