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Commercial, For Sale, Business, Food Hospitality, Brisbane, Queensland

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Kiosk 2/110 Eagle St Brisbane QLD
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Takeaway food Brisbane CBD/ LOW RENT/ High-Profits

This low-rent takeaway food shop has a great fitout and excellent location with massive foot traffic at Brisbane’s CBD. - Easy to manage takeaway shop has documents, recipes and procedures in place for easy transition - Great branding and marketing material without paying franchising fees - $780/week rent. Lease to May 2020 with 1 x 5-year option - Current takings around $6,800/week - Trading Monday to Friday from 6am to 3pm (opportunity for extended trade up to 5pm) - Experienced and fully trained staff in place - Car parking might be passed on to new owner for $85/week This is a unique and rare opportunity to purchase a well established operating business with long-term lease and low rent at a busy Brisbane CBD location.  Please contact for m

This low-rent takeaway food shop has a great fitout and excellent location with massive foot traffic at Brisbane’s CBD.

- Easy to manage takeaway shop has documents, recipes and procedures in place for easy transition

- Great branding and marketing material without paying franchising fees

- $780/week rent. Lease to May 2020 with 1 x 5-year option

- Current takings around $6,800/week

- Trading Monday to Friday from 6am to 3pm (opportunity for extended trade up to 5pm)

- Experienced and fully trained staff in place

- Car parking might be passed on to new owner for $85/week

This is a unique and rare opportunity to purchase a well established operating business with long-term lease and low rent at a busy Brisbane CBD location. 

Please contact for more details. 

Property Detail

Property ID:

18797

Type:

Commercial

240
Address:

Kiosk 2/110 Eagle St Brisbane QLD

Building Size:

10Square Metres

Car Parking:

NO

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This property was sold
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