Leased Property - Strip Mall Anchor
Operating in this location for over 20 years!
This traditional style Grocery Store serves a multi cultural neighbourhood with both brand name and locally produced groceries, meat, produce, bakery and deli products as well as large selection of both fresh and packaged ethnic products.
Owners are planning for retirement.
The leased property is the strip-mall anchor on a busy main road in Winnipeg. The mall features a good blend of restaurants and professional services. This location has been in operation for over 20 years with current owners since 2007.
Stable Annual Sales of $3.5 to $4 Million
Average Department Ratios:
- bakery 9%
Established Winnipeg Grocery Store for Sale by Owner
Leased Property - Strip Mall Anchor Operating in this location for over 20 years! This traditional style Grocery Store serves a multi cultural neighbourhood with both brand name and locally produced groceries, meat, produce, bakery and deli products as well as large selection of both fresh and packaged ethnic products. Owners are planning for retirement. The leased property is the strip-mall anchor on a busy main road in Winnipeg. The mall features a good blend of restaurants and professional services. This location has been in operation for over 20 years with current owners since 2007. Stable Annual Sales of $3.5 to $4 Million
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- deli 9%
- meat 20%
- produce 15%
- groceries 47%
Estimated Equipment Value: $400,000 to $500,000
Estimated Food Inventory: $200,000
- current lease is in place until 2021 at the current fixed lease rate
- 10,000 ft² retail area
- Ideal Family Business
- Seller is prepared to stay on to assist with business transition
- selling price to be negotiated based on equipment value, goodwill and inventory