Rent a vacant restaurant space for lease in Tennessee and put your own concept to work right away.
Rent this Tennessee restaurant space for lease that can be either two 3000 square foot spaces or a single unit that is 6,000 square feet. Open your concept in this Tennessee restaurant space for lease at just $3000 per month for the smaller space or $5500 per month for the larger space. CAMS are very reasonable at just $1.50 per square foot.
There is no hood or grease trap but that won't stop you from launching a restaurant a concept like Sushi, Franchise Sandwich Shops like Quizno's or Subway or even the hottest concept in the marketplace right now, Frozen Yogurt. That's right. The space would be idea and the rent is low for any of these concepts that don't require the hood or grease trap.
This Tennessee restaurant space for lease is in Sparta, the county seat and principal town and commercial point of White County. It is situated on the left bank of Calfkiller River, in a beautiful valley at the foot of and about five miles distance from the Cumberland Mountains, and at the terminus of the Sparta & McMinnville Branch of the Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis Railway.
The landlord is anxious to make a deal on this Tennessee restaurant space for lease that is part of the Highlands of Tennessee. He has asked the restaurant brokers to bring him a tenant that’s ready to build the restaurant of his or her dreams in this ideal location.
He will want to see your menu or business plan and know a bit about you to set up the showing so contact the restaurant brokers today to learn more or sign the online confidentiality agreement. Want to know the basics of leasing a restaurant space? Read the restaurant brokers guide to leasing a restaurant for all the knowledge you need on this important topic.
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