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The restaurant scene in uptown Saint John is thriving. Yes, opening a restaurant has it’s risks but some of our time tested stalwarts prove that the people of Saint John will support innovative menus, quality food, beautiful décor & good service. Those with the right formula continue to be busy!
Over the years I have met an amazing number of people from diverse backgrounds who, regardless of their personal wealth or success, say they’d like to set-up a restaurant one day. Home-makers with culinary skills, corporate executives with contacts, celebrities looking for an investment, landlords with space, restaurant managers or chefs with industry experience, industrialists who would simply like a place to host their associates & friends, and all sorts of other people who dream of having their own restaurant.~Ravi Wazir, 2015 from his article What it Takes – To Start & Run a Successful Restaurant
Do you have what it takes? Opportunities exist in Saint John, contact Stephanie to explore them all!
125 Prince William Street, Saint John, New Brunswick
$899,000 NEW PRICE $749,000 SOLD
The Bank of New Brunswick Building in Saint John, New Brunswick built in 1879 is on the Registry of Historical Places of Canada. Located on the recently improved block of Prince William Street, this building has undergone extensive upgrades totaling close to 1 million dollars over the last several years.
“The Bank of New Brunswick Building is a two-storey freestone Greek Revival building with six Corinthian columns supporting a large peaked pediment over the Prince William Street façade. The building extends to a four-storey brick façade with storefront on Water Street. It is located within the boundaries of the Trinity Royal Heritage Conservation Area of the City of Saint John.” Source: www.historicplaces.ca
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Located at the core of redevelopment of one of the oldest port cities in North America. Current group of owners are looking to sell or partner with investors with the goal of realizing 222 Water’s full potential.
The building is 50’ x 100’, 7 stories high and approximately 32,900 square feet of gross leasable space.
The property has a very flexible zoning. The property is not flagged as “heritage” which means developers will have the utmost leeway for creativity and design.
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