does anyone know anything about what type of lease i should inquire about for a frozen yogurt shop?

Looking for size, location ideas, what to look for as far as plumbing, fixtures ect..
In Leasing Property - Asked by Ed S. - Oct 30, 2008
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John Z.
Developer
Crownsville, MD

5 year lease maximum.
500-1000sf
near or next to a grocery store, or on a small multi-tenant building on a major road (at least 15,000 cars per day)
as for build-out from landlord you'll want all utilities including water, phone, gas (if applicable) 200 amp electrical service and 1 ton of HVAC per 300 square feet of the premises, about 1 5 ton unit.
all that said, unless it is for pinkberry or other similar type of established franchise, I don't think I would open this type of business.
hope that helps

Oct 31, 2008
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Ed S.
Owner/Investor
San Jose, CA

Thanks it does help a lot! Just wondering why wouldn't you open this type of business?

Nov 1, 2008
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