This is an amazing opportunity to own a newly renovated turn-key business with massiveupside potential right in the heart of San Francisco. This community staple is located in ahigh-traffic neighborhood surrounded by many thriving businesses. The owners recentlyrenovated the space and all of the equipment was purchased new within the last threeyears. The previous owner operated a successful Deli in this space for approximately 30years. This current Deli is known for providing very hard to find imported meats, cheesesand dry goods, along with a few fresh made in-house items that bring a loyal following.The owners are selling due career demands and living out of town- this is a side More info
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Established in 1990, this business has been a leader in California's Central Valley for fresh produce for 30 years. This business offers an extensive line of fruits and vegetables including washed greens and salad mixes that can be sliced, diced, julienned, chopped, cubed, mixed or blended for schools or restaurants. This business also offers spice and salsa blends, guacamole, fruit and vegetable trays.This business is certified at the 99% level through ANSI.The listing includes business, property and all assets (level cash on hand and deposits). Included is a 17,000 square foot building on a 22,500 sq foot lot and 2 additional 7,500 square foot lots. All property is located in an OPPORTUNITY ZONE. Please contact me for more information on Opportunity Zones and the benefits they offer). More info
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