How do I find restaurant space t that is ready to go?

I am looking for restaurant space or kiosk to rent that is ready to go, no fixer uppers.
In Leasing Property - Asked by Sonya H. - Mar 19, 2016
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Sam W.
Edmond, OK

You build it yourself.

Mar 20, 2016
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Matt M.
Broker/Agent
Los Angeles, CA

What you are looking for is called a "turn-key" lease, which means you sign a lease, get the key and the space is ready to go. I recommend reaching out to a local 'retail specialty' commercial real estate broker, explaining 1) your monthly budget, 2) the ideal square footage you are looking for 3) your timing, or when you would like to move in and 4) that you want a turn-key lease.
He or she should be able to let you know if what you are looking for is achievable. Keep in mind that tenant reprehensive brokers are paid by landlord's, so utilizing their local market expertise is a great tool for business that can save rather than cost you money.

Mar 20, 2016
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John P.
Broker/Agent
The Woodlands, TX

Search for or have your broker search for second generation restaurant space. That is space that a former operator had built, and has gone out of business. Do an internet search of restaurants that have gone out of business in the past couple of years, or talk to your local restaurant association and see if they have that information. Or just call every restaurant in the area, and if the phone number is not working, drive by to see what is going on. Then utilize your broker to negotiate the best deal you can get, and not get stuck in some bad terms that you will regret. Good luck.

Mar 21, 2016
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Chris R.
Broker/Agent
Denton, TX

Consult with an experienced commercial real estate broker to find those spaces already built out as restaurant space. They are out there.

Mar 22, 2016
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Bobby K.
Owner/Investor
Coppell, TX

Post your budget and your backing and we'll find you ourselves.
The biggest problem all landlords have is with financing and stability of wanna-be-tenants.
If you're well backed up and able to run a business we'll find you easily enough, all you have to do is cough twice to announce you're available.

Mar 22, 2016
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thomas n.
Broker/Agent
Orlando, FL

Please let me know the following information:
1-What city, State, and specific area in the city you are interested in opening the restaurant or kiosk.
2-The budget for the Business Plan
3-Please contact us, if you are located in Orlando Florida, at tnsgradio@aol.com or call 407-421-1972, talk to Thomas Nguyen, US International Realty. Surely we can assist you to successfully get the place suitable to your plan and start your dream business.

Mar 23, 2016
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Shan B.
Owner/Investor
Bedford, TX

What state and city or metro area are you looking for?

Mar 24, 2016
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Sugey D.
Schaumburg, IL

I'm looking a small place for a small restaurant and I need help to find a place

Mar 24, 2016
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Rosie C.
Owner/Investor
Centennial, CO

I have Beautiful Turn Key restaurant for lease Service Station, Drive-up liquor store located at 102 HWY 10, Walsenburg CO 81089. Just off I -25 at exit 50, Legendary highway. Great location it's called the Huajatolla(Wa-ha-toya) Diner, named after the Huajatolla/Spanish Peaks, view from restaurant. 719-281-9943

Apr 23, 2016
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