A superb five-star rating – an excellent location on Seattle’s busiest street, the St Corner. The coffee cafe in Seattle for sale has extremely high customer traffic as there is a lot of heavy foot traffic and slow vehicular traffic around. The coffee shop is located in a building that also houses a popular anchor retail business. Thus, you get not only a strong brand, but also a stream of regular customers who will guarantee the stability of your income.
The establishment can truly boast not only of its location, but also of the tranquility of the atmosphere – here every guest will feel in coziness and comfort. Nearby there are small grocery stores, after visiting which people often want to relax and drink a cup of high-quality and incredibly tasty coffee.
When you decide to buy a coffee cafe in Seattle, you will get a fully established business that will not give you any hassle. Utilities, waste disposal and recycling costs are included in the rent. Thus, overhead costs are not as significant, which saves the owner’s overall budget. In addition, the restrooms are also serviced separately from the establishment by a third-party contractor.
The coffee facilities are spacious; in addition, there is additional storage space for supplies and equipment. In total, coffee establishment for sale in Seattle can accommodate 25 guests. There are several chic foyers for lounge relaxation and the ability to accommodate additional seats. It should be noted that there are three floors above the cafe with a lot of office space, whose employees can become your long-term customers if you pay due attention to marketing and customer acquisition.
The business is easy to manage; this model is easy to learn and immediately go to operation. Thus, the owner does not need to be constantly present in the institution and work full time. Complete freedom to implement commercial ideas – the ability to change the menu, the design of the premises and bring your vision of the ideal coffee house to life.
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