The arrival of the property to the market affords savvy and experienced food and beverage operators, a superb opportunity to capitalise on the many virtues the property offers.
The premises is fitted with a variety of plant and equipment, including a walk-in cool room, canopy exhaust system, air-conditioning and grease trap; all ideally suited to support a food and beverage business.
The premise is configured into predominately two areas, a front enclosed alfresco of circa 60sqm a main dining area of circa 83sqm , which includes a bar with the remaining area accommodating a functional kitchen and preparation area and storage and amenities.
Whilst the premise is licensed to allow the incumbent occupier (Restaurant) to sell liquor, the liquor license will not form part of any new lease and proponents will need to undertake their own due diligence in respect of obtaining a new liquor license should they wish to sell alcohol.
Historically, the property has housed only 2 food and beverage operations in the past 25 years, which is a testament to the strong trading performance and sustainability of the location. The precinct is renowned as hospitality and boutique retail shopping rich catchment, benefiting from the addition of numerous newly constructed and proposed mixed-use developments and residential/apartment complexes, which have contributed to an influx of patronage for business occupiers.
The premise enjoys excellent parking by way of an abundance of onsite parking, proximity to numerous public car parks and free side street parking.
Located within the heart of arguably one of Western Australia’s most vibrant entertainment and retail precincts, directly behind Astor Cinema, the property offers excellent exposure and signage opportunities to both pedestrian and vehicle traffic.
Suitably qualified proponents are asked to contact Franco Gangemi for further information.