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Business Code: FS1093SF

Key Features: Cafe - Sydney CBD - 5 Days - New lease available - WIWO -Potential plus

State: NSW

Suburb: Sydney, 2000

Location: Situated in a busy train station arcade with heavy foot traffic in the heart of the Sydney CBD shopping area and close to QVB

Description

Cafe - Takeaway - Espresso - selling 14 kgs. coffee p.w., breakfast, sandwiches, and lunch meals, pasta, salads, hot & cold drinks etc. - Full sized commercial kitchen . - 50 seats - 5 Days - Sales shown are the 2019 weekly average WIWO and Priced to sell, wont last !! Some equipment may be included in the sale ie refrigeration and counters

Summary

  • Features: Good location - High foot traffic - Easy to run.- Under semi-management - Well established - 5 days.- Full kitchen - Rent includes outgoings
  • Potential: Could open 7 days - Current owner only opens 5 days - Expand on catering & menu - Could apply liquor license (STA) .
  • Premises: This business has an area of 100 sq.mts.
  • Trading Hours: 5 days - Mon. - Fri. - 6:00 a.m.- 4:00 p.m.
  • Lease: Current lease expires on June 2020 (A New lease will be available for an approved buyer) - 4% rent increases per year - 3 months bond required.
  • Employees: 1 owner ( 20 hrs p.w.) + 4- 6 part time
  • Comments:

Weekly Summary

Weekly Takings (inc GST)

$9,100

Cost of Goods

$2,000

Gross Profit

$7,100

Rent

$2,170

Wages

$2,300

Electricity

$210

Gas

$55

Misc1

$300

Coffee Kilos P/W

25

Total Expenses

$5,035

Estimated Stock (Additional)

$5,000

Net Profit

$2,065

Price

$25,000

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Espresso - Takeaway - Under Management

Business Code: FS1093SF
Price: $25,000

Key Features: Cafe - Sydney CBD - 5 Days - New lease available - WIWO -Potential plus

State: NSW

Suburb: Sydney, 2000

Location: Situated in a busy train station arcade with heavy foot traffic in the heart of the Sydney CBD shopping area and close to QVB

Description

Cafe - Takeaway - Espresso - selling 14 kgs. coffee p.w., breakfast, sandwiches, and lunch meals, pasta, salads, hot & cold drinks etc. - Full sized commercial kitchen . - 50 seats - 5 Days - Sales shown are the 2019 weekly average WIWO and Priced to sell, wont last !! Some equipment may be included in the sale ie refrigeration and counters

Summary

  • Features: Good location - High foot traffic - Easy to run.- Under semi-management - Well established - 5 days.- Full kitchen - Rent includes outgoings
  • Potential: Could open 7 days - Current owner only opens 5 days - Expand on catering & menu - Could apply liquor license (STA) .
  • Premises: This business has an area of 100 sq.mts.
  • Trading Hours: 5 days - Mon. - Fri. - 6:00 a.m.- 4:00 p.m.
  • Lease: Current lease expires on June 2020 (A New lease will be available for an approved buyer) - 4% rent increases per year - 3 months bond required.
  • Employees: 1 owner ( 20 hrs p.w.) + 4- 6 part time
  • Sale Reason: Other business commitments.
  • Comments: Misc 1 - Other general expenses - Rent includes outgoings. New light rail nearby - A must to inspect but please be discreet!! WIWO and Priced to sell !! - Sales shown are the 2019 weekly average

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Weekly Summary

Weekly Takings
(inc GST)

$9,100

Cost of Goods

$2,000

Gross Profit

$7,100

Rent (ex GST)

$2,170

Wages

$2,300

Electricity

$210

Gas

$55

Misc1

$300

Coffee Kilos P/W

25

Total Expenses

$5,035

Estimated Stock (Additional)

$5,000

Net Profit

$2,065

Price

$25,000

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