Machine Tool Manufacturing & Repair Business in NW Ohio (Pending)
Asking Price: $5.8 Mil
Gross Sales: $8.1 Mil
Cash Flow: $1.5 Mil
Services include machine repair (including on-site repair), rebuilding, and retrofitting. The shop can handle all types of machine tools from small tool room machines to large metal working machine tools. Two overhead cranes can handle up to a 25-ton capacity. Call for details.
Screw Machine Shop in Western Pa. (New)
Asking Price: $4.3 Mil
Gross Sales: $6 Mil
Cash Flow: $1 Mil
ISO 9001:2008 registered manufacturer of screw machined and CNC turned precision products. In addition to the primary machining capabilities, they have extensive secondary machining capabilities, and provide qualified plating, heat treating and other outside services to meet the completed part.
Cleveland Liquor License D-5, D-6 For Sale
Contact Frank @ 216-481-0020 or email: email@example.com .
Photography Studio: Retail Photographic Equipment & Supplies
Asking Price: $45,000
This photography store is unique to the entire Midwest region; it is dedicated solely to film photography. Vintage and new cameras are sold here, along with the film, lenses and flashes for those cameras. A line of new film cameras, sold by Lomography and Freestyle, are featured. There is also a developing and printing darkroom/lab. Customers can rent the darkroom by the hour or day. It is located in a neighborhood that is home to artists and galleries, award-winning restaurants featuring fine food and authentic ethnic cuisine, boutique shops, upscale housing and rehabbed Victorians, churches, institutions, parks, libraries and coffee shops. It is one of Cleveland’s most desirable neighborhoods.
This store is also known on a regional and national level. As the owner states: “We have thousands of followers on our website and social media outlets. The nation is watching and following what we do, and we are known as a true leader in film photography. The number of followers increases on a daily basis with no signs of slowing. Cleveland is becoming known as a ‘hot-spot’ for photography, especially film photography. Film photography is now coming back in a giant way, similar to the way vinyl records and analog music is back. Many young people have never shot film before and are eager to learn. It’s new to them and they are the future of this business.”
For a complete profile of the business, please call for more information.
Grocery Store in Ashland County Plus Real Estate
Asking Price: $325,000
Gross Sales: $890,000
Cash Flow: $80,000
Full service grocery store with deli, meat dept., and full line of groceries. Includes real estate on .833 acres. There are three buildings: the store, a 2-bedroom house with basement and garage, and a 12 X 16 Pole Barn. The total cost for the business and real estate is $325,000.
The store owns the Triton ATM Machine and they also sell beer, wine, cigarettes, ice, and lottery tickets. In 2004, the store was completely remodeled at a cost of $292,000. This included the installation of all new equipment. Everything is neat, clean, well maintained and organized.
Call for more information or to schedule a tour.
Restaurant on West Market Street in Fairlawn
Asking Price: $200,000
Gross Sales: $565,054
Cash Flow: $70,467
This restaurant was established in 2007 and has a loyal following plus many who come to Fairlawn to eat here specifically. There is a Beer and Wine License (D1 & D2X) and a menu with unique fare for dine in, take out, or catering. The food is delicious and the restaurant has had many favorable reviews. There are currently 9 employees.
This restaurant is in a great location in a shopping center; West Market Street in Fairlawn is one of the busiest in Summit County. It has 2,200 square feet and seats approximately 80-100. There is ample parking. The facilities are very attractive and inviting and could be adapted to any type of restaurant.
Bar and Grill: Profitable and Popular (Just Listed)
Asking Price: $170,000
Gross Income: $439,475
Cash Flow: $76,959
This popular bar and grill is a desirable place to be. The inviting atmosphere, the great food, and the outstanding service make this a destination for regulars as well as attracting new clientele. Even though they do not currently take credit cards, they are doing very well. Historically every business that has incorporated the use of credit cards has increased the gross sales by a minimum of 20%.
The location has 3200 sq. ft. with seating for 192, plus a small patio. Currently the owners have a lease for $3850 per month, which ends in November, 2017.
Come and take a look at this inviting business! The down payment is negotiable.
Closed Bar & Grill formerly Danny Boy’s,
on Puritas Avenue in Cleveland
Asking Price: $228,400 includes the real estate, furniture, fixtures and equipment and the Liquor License.
Real Estate: $198,400
Liquor License is an additional $30,000. Why lease when you can own?
Closed Bar & Grill. Building is 2,800 sq. ft. sits on .54 acres. Fully equipped bar with kitchen. Plenty of parking. Room for a patio. Close to I-71 and West 150th. Full liquor license is included in selling price. License is in safe keeping.
Building, License, Furniture and Fixtures all included for $228,400.00
The building has appraised for $198,400.00 not including the license and the equipment.
Real Estate For Sale: Former Fast Food Restaurant with Drive-thru
Closed Dairy Queen Brazier with all FF&E included, in excellent condition!
903 East Erie Ave., Lorain, OH 44052
Asking Price: $400,000
FF&E: $150,000+ (Excellent Condition)
This would make an ideal fast food restaurant from pizza, burgers, and sandwiches to ice cream and bakery!
There are 4 parcels of land and one building. They comprise .4 acres. The ½ year real estate taxes are $9,453.38.
The Owner built the building in 2001 and started the franchise when the building was finished. The building has 2,600 sq. ft. with a drive thru window, an outside menu board and speaker system. A complete list of the equipment is available, along with photographs of the inside and out. Everything that was purchased was top of the line equipment and very well maintained. The building has 3 rooftop HVAC’s.
Spitzer Marina and Party Center is just 1 mile away, Lorain Yacht club is 1 mile away and the very well know white table cloth Jakalope Restaurant is just ½ mile away.
Spitzer is still spending millions of dollars on expanding his facility. The property values will go up accordingly.
The business did very well while it was a Dairy Queen Brazier. Over 50% of the business was Fast Food ( Hamburgers, French Fries, Etc.) and the remainder was ice cream oriented products. The owner got into a dispute with the corporate home office regarding their demand that he add another item to the menu. He refused and they took away his Franchise License.
With the excellent condition of the equipment, a new concept with a good product line will do well here.
The Parking Lot needs to be refinished and striped. The place looks new inside.
Tavern in an Industrial Area of Cleveland
Asking Price: $55,000 (Reduced)
Gross Income: $84,543
Cash Flow: $11,739
This tavern was established in 1950 in an industrial area of Cleveland. The current owners bought it in 1992. The clientele is primarily from the surrounding industries, so they are considered “regulars”. The husband became disabled a few years ago and the wife is not able to run the business by herself. This is a good opportunity for someone who wants a “neighborhood bar”. There are thousands of people who work in the surrounding factories. They also do check cashing, which is an area that could be better advertised and more profitable if promoted.The tavern is located in a brick building and has 2000 square feet with seating for 40. There is a small kitchen to handle bar foods. You may even want to advertise “specials” to attract more customers.
There is not a lot of competition in the area. With $40000 down, the owner will finance the balance over 60 months @5%.
“C” Store, Full Service, Includes Real Estate and a
Asking Price: $325,000
Gross Income: $890,000
Cash Flow: $80,000
The asking price for the business and the real estate is $325,000, plus appx. $25,000 for the inventory at cost. A local bank has already agreed to finance this package to a buyer that has experience in this type of business, has a good credit score, and has a minimum of 50% for a down payment.
This family run full service grocery store has been serving Ashland County since 1951; the current owners have owned it since 1977. The store has a full line of groceries including a deli. The store owns the Triton ATM Machine and they also sell beer, wine, cigarettes, ice, and lottery tickets. In 2004, the store was completely remodeled at a cost of $292,000. This included the installation of all new equipment. Everything is neat, clean, well maintained and organized.
The real estate includes the store, an 884 sq. ft. house with two bedrooms, a basement, and a two car attached garage, plus a 12 X 16 pole barn. There is ample parking in front of and alongside the store. There is a large vacant lot on the right side of the building that is included in this package. The grocery store, the house, and the vacant lot sit on .833 acres.
Before the husband died three years ago, the gross sales were $1.2 Million. The wife has decided to sell the business and retire.
CATERING COMPANY Backstage Catering for Bands USA
Asking Price: $1,750,000
Gross Income: $3,500,000
Cash Flow: $694,000
FF&E: $700,000.00 (included in asking price)
This UNIQUE CATERING COMPANY specializes in backstage catering for bands. Having concentrated on building the business over the last 12 years, their client base of performers & promoters are internationally known.
Multiple crews of professionally trained & experienced staff travel throughout the continental U.S. with the tours and provide all meals as well as dressing room services, backstage parties, etc. They are already booking engagements for 2014.
Included in the Asking Price Plus More:
2005 CUSTOM BUILT FREIGHTLINER includes bunks, bathroom, front lounge and garage with refrigeration and storage.
2009 MOBILE KITCHEN TRAILER.
2011 MOBILE KITCHEN TRAILER.
CUSTOM BUILT ROADCASES AND MUCH MORE.
Terrific growth potential including new tours, venues and expansion to film industry. The headquarters for this business could be relocated anywhere. The seller is willing to work with the new owner for up to one year to make introductions and show how the business works. Owner is retiring.
Power Equipment Sales & Service
Asking Price: $354,000 (includes business & and real estate)
Gross Income: $300,000
Cash Flow: $73,443 (business and rental income)
The business was started by the current owner’s father in 1948. The son took over the ownership in 1982. There have only been two owners in the last 62 years. They are a part of the community and have a great reputation with the city government, the Park Services, as well as the home owners in the Community and the surrounding suburbs. They sell and service power yard equipment, chain saws, blowers, and accessories. Larger equipment could be sold and serviced at this location, such as riding mowers, tractors, trenchers, and rototillers but the current owner has not done so.
There is 6638 sq. ft. available, but the owner rents out a 2000 sq. ft. shop area to a contractor for $850 per month, and uses the remaining 4300 sq. ft. for his business. Most of the street is zoned Commercial. Real estate taxes are $6298, insurance is $2000, and Maintenance is $2295 annually.
The owner is willing to sell just the business, or both the real estate and business, and financing is negotiable for a buyer with good credit.