New property listed in Van West, Vancouver

I have listed a new property at ~ RESTAURANT & COMMISSARY ~.

Take your restaurant business up a notch with this amazing restaurant + commissary kitchen + small batch winery + office facility. Full commissary kitchen with two walk-in fridges, loading dock, and a “small batch winery licence” currently producing mead, a franchise or restaurant chain owner can quickly ramp up growth to take it to the next level. Includes a brand new office upstairs with meeting room. Sublease is also possible as a rent helper. Don’t miss out on this rare opportunity, call now!

Q Shi Q Japanese BBQ is located at 159 West 4th Avenue between Columbia and Manitoba Streets in Vancouver’s lower Mount Pleasant neighbourhood. Close to Olympic Village, Downtown, SkyTrain station, and an easy walk from everywhere. The Mount Pleasant Community Plan established that Main Street between 2nd and 7th Avenue should develop into an urban community with a mix of residential, office, and retail uses, with expanded arts and culture spaces. Given the permission to allow residential uses in an existing light-industrial/commercial zone, it can be expected that the change in this part of Mount Pleasant will be quite pronounced.

For further information please click to download CONFIDENTIALITY AGREEMENT and contact Bruce Lee from Vancouver Restaurant Brokers about this fantastic opportunity:

Bruce Lee, Restaurant Broker
604 761-6638
bruce@vancouverrestaurantbrokers.com

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