Turn-key Restaurant & Bar w/Apartments
120 N. George St. York, PA 17401
Total Building Size: 13,288 SF
Restaurant/Bar Space: 4,400 SF
Sale Price: $1,400,000
Date Available: Settlement
Zoning: Central Business District with HARB Overlay
Parking: Public Garage, Street
Turn-key Restaurant & Bar with Liquor License, FF&E and 12 Apartments.
Tremendous opportunity to purchase a truly turn-key restaurant/bar with 12 apartments in downtown York, PA. The Left Bank Restaurant and Bar has been the unparalleled first-class dining option leading York’s food scene for over 25 years. The recently remodeled restaurant and bar features high-end finishes, table seating for 100, bar seating for 24, as well as a state-of-the art, semi-open, full-service kitchen. Other features include a custom built-in glass, climate-controlled wine-display, private event space, four updated bathrooms, and ample storage space in the basements that include walk-ins, dry goods storage, a wine cellar, and much more.
The location along York’s “Restaurant Row” is strategically positioned half a block from the The Appell Center for the Performing Arts, providing a robust lineup of music and theater that generates substantial reservations in the restaurant. Also surrounding the site are York’s Central Market, WellSpan Park, The Valencia Ballroom, and the York County Judicial Center, which all contribute to the healthy mix of daytime business professional customers as well as evening/weekend entertainment traffic. The surrounding apartment buildings provide evening traffic from an affluent and diverse mix of customers from some of York’s newest apartment projects, including Codo 241 and Codo 28, Keystone Colorworks, The Lofts on George, One West, and projects currently under development such as Fox Bakery Apartments and the Northwest Triangle.
The real estate, liquor license, and FF&E are being offered for sale as an asset sale only, and the trade name (“The Left Bank Restaurant & Bar”) as well as any goodwill, customer lists, website/phone number, and other intangibles can be available but are not required.
Ben Chiaro, CCIM