5 Mississauga Restaurants for Sale
Have you ever wanted to buy a restaurant?
If you're in the market to create a brand new concept that's all your own or take over a successful, tried and true operation that's just looking for a new owner, you might be surprised to find a plethora of resto-for-sale listings on MLS.
Here's a few exciting ones that we stumbled upon during a casual search of www.realtor.ca.
For $69,000, you can be the new owner of a quick service restaurant in the Lakeview area. The listing boasts a loyal customer base, so you won't have to do much tweaking if you're not in the mood to make major changes. Also, the old owner is willing to train you.
This Battleford Road Japanese and Korean restaurant could be all yours for $79,000. The listing says the operation is eight-years-old and well-established with a "strong and stable" income. It's located in a bustling neighbourhood and comes with a fully-equipped kitchen and a liquor license.
For $79,000, you can run this turnkey operation that's located at Cawthra and Lakeshore. While the current resto serves teriyaki and Thai noodles, it can be converted to a different concept should you wish to serve another cuisine.
This Italian resto will cost you a little extra dough: $169,000. This popular City Centre-area restaurant boasts "beautiful decor and great ambience for executive lunches, romantic dinners and family occasions." The current owner is retiring and looking to hand the reigns to someone else. Maybe you, if you've got what to takes?
If you're looking for a more established name, you might want to grab this Texas Longhorn resto on Dundas for $225,000. This 6,000 sq. ft. space is home to a well-known Tex-Mex establishment that's located in a busy neighbourhood. Equipment is included and inventory is extra.
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