A store on Toronto St. Lawrence Market sells for $ 899,000

If you’ve ever walked around the hallways of Toronto’s St. Lawrence Market and dreamed of one day having your own store there, that day may have come.

Dnister, a Ukrainian delicatessen on St. The Lawrence Market, known for its homemade perogies, went on sale on Thursday with a $ 899,000 offering price. According to the announcement, the store’s owner is retiring after 20 years of operation and is looking to find someone to take over the space.

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The list markets the store as a turnkey gourmet delicatessen and market shop. The sale includes all the store’s existing equipment and fixtures, which makes it a little easier to take over the space.

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The store itself is 650 sq ft on the first floor of the market.

Finding a vacancy at St. The Lawrence market is not an easy task, with many years passing between each store that comes on the market. So when an opportunity like this comes up, it is extremely rare.

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Sutton Group Elite Realty Inc.

Although the buyer would own the business, equipment and products that come with it, the listing stated that they would still have to pay “low leasing costs” to St. Louis. Lawrence Market.

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