A Canberra Icon - Unique Opportunity - Lonsdale Street Roasters Number 7
3/7 Lonsdale Street,BraddonACT2612
Block size: 1254 m² approx.
Lonsdale Street Roasters 7, Braddon - The best cafe in the best street
Profit from an iconic brand in Canberra's most popular retail strip!
Lonsdale Street Roasters has been serving Canberra's best coffee since 2010 and has built an unmatched reputation for quality and an ever-growing and committed customer base.
A prime independent business - Lonsdale Street Roasters 7 (LRS7) - is your opportunity to share in the Lonsdale Street Roasters and Braddon success stories.
Strong fundamentals propel weekly sales of over 80 Kilograms of Coffee and with a favourable long-term 7-year lease, the LSR7 cafe is primed for new owners to ride Braddon's future growth.
But the opportunities go beyond coffee: the venue is highly versatile - with a stylish and inviting upstairs area for hire (https://www.theupstairs.space/) generating additional revenue beyond the cafe crowd.
Lonsdale Street is Canberra's go-to brunch and restaurant spot catering to a high-disposable income demographic in Canberra's fastest-growing up-market apartment precinct.
Don't miss out - opportunities like this are rare!
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Block Size:1254 m² (approx)
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