Starting a new bakery and would love feedback from loopnet landlords.

Wife and I are starting a niche bakery. We do not need gas permits or a hood as all heat is enclosed. However, we will need 220 electrical and plumbing. Many places we have looked at do not have drains (or we are waiting to hear back after they look at blueprints). I have heard expensive costs if there is not already a kitchen setup, but we need something small and inexpensive since cost of equipment is already a hefty investment. In terms of NNN vs gross, it seems like gross would be best esp. if the landlord is willing to pay or participate in any modifications to the location. Any advice would be appreciated.
In Leasing Property - Asked by Joe E. - Nov 14, 2010
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Phil D.
Broker/Agent
Mountain Lakes, NJ

We have a location that has an existing hood/ansel system. The store consist of approx. 1,875 sq.ft. on state highway route 46 in Mt. Olive Twp. NJ. If interested you can call 973-886-0821.

Nov 18, 2010
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frieda b.
Owner/Investor
La Canada, CA

where are you looking to open this business? we have space in Pheonix and Peoria Arizona

Nov 26, 2010
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David A.
Broker/Agent
Atlanta, GA

I have leased space for and constructed a bakery and two coffee shops. I've recently compiled info for some clients who were considering a bakery. Give me a call and I'll share some of my experiences with you.
PS - I don't have any space to offer you :)

Jan 10, 2011
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