Azul Bistro on Suffolk Street Put Up for Sale

Posted on: November 20th, 2012 at 6:09 am by

Should we sing the blues for Azul Bistro? The under-the-radar Argentinian bistro is seemingly ending its eleven-year run at the northwest corner of Suffolk and Stanton Streets. Real estate research reveals a handful of sale listings for the property. Indeed, the popular haunt was recently listed as a “prime” turnkey opportunity via Craigslist.

Azul first opened at 152 Suffolk Street shortly after 9/11, in December 2001. The neighborhood has changed beyond recognition in the ensuing period, yet here it remained.

For an unspecified amount in key money, plus $8,200 rent, prospective investors will receive a fully-functional 1,000 square-foot restaurant. Five years remain on the lease with the likely option to renew for another ten.

Corner Restaurant on Stanton street
Booming lower east side area
Only $8,200 per months Real estate taxes and Water included.
5 years reamaining with a possible extension of additional 10 years
50 seats.
Comes With:
2 Pos systems
A complete kitchen
Walk in cooler 6x8ft
5 Low Boys
Coffee machine
Sound System
All seats and tables
Gaz equiped
Beer and Wine license
Sound system
Everything up to code
All in good condition.
Walk in and operate the place
Key money on request

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