Art Deco Café in Heritage Listed Building Taking $18,000! (Our Ref: V1629)
Available Now $150,000 - Food/Hospitality
- Flawless art deco styled café situated in arcade of historic building established in the 1930’s!
- Open 5 days only with short hours, 7am-3pm with high takings of approx. $18,000 per week!
- Selling 18-20kg coffee per week – averaging 250 coffees per day with room to improve!
- Huge potential to introduce weekend trade/extend trading hours – fully licensed until 12am.
- Fully under management with little owner involvement - investment business!
- Long trading history establish over 30 years ago with extensive customer database.
- Great online presence with over 26,000 Facebook followers and over 2,000 on Instagram.
- Raving reviews and recipient of the certificate of excellence 2017-2019 from Trip Advisor.
- Located in one of Melbourne’s most admired and iconic buildings in the heart of the CBD.
- Situated on the corner of two main roads with constant traffic. Long and secure lease!
- Fully renovated in 2015 costing $430,000 approx. - all plant and equipment in great condition.
- One of the most popular cafes in Melbourne with consistent, high quality in food and service.
- Popular destination venue with stunning fit-out and comfortable set-up seating 55-60 patrons.
Don’t miss this exclusive opportunity to secure one of the leading cafes in one of the most iconic Melbourne CBD buildings!
**Exclusive to Paramount Business Brokers (Our Ref V1629)
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