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Mokka Coffehouse, Boat Hauling Business and other businesses for sale right now in Rhode Island.
September 20, 2022
The latest listings on BizBuySell, LoopNet and the Realtor’s website show all types of businesses currently for sale in Rhode Island.
The reasons for the sale, if given, usually do not indicate economic hardship, but are more often related to the owner’s retirement or lack of time to actively run the business.
Names and places are usually left out, but there are exceptions.
Here are some of them that have been listed in the last thirty days;
Mokka Coffee House – Newport | $50,000
“A ten year turnkey cafe/restaurant located just steps from Thames Street at Spring Wharf in the heart of Newport, Rhode Island. An old style coffee shop serving great coffee and fair trade coffee drinks, fresh pastries, light lunches and fresh hot soups. The purchase price includes all furniture and equipment. There is a full-size kitchen, a cash register, workspaces, and space for several tables and chairs. Although not included in the lease, use of the adjoining patio as seen in the photographs and additional storage available in the basement is permitted by the landlord. Make your dream of owning your own business a reality!
Boat Transportation Business – Warwick | $425,000
“A small boat carrying a company. Founded in 1959, good customer base, hydraulic trailer parking”
RI Landmark Family Restaurant – Rhode Island | $60,000
“This business is a convenient combination of a neighborhood pub, a family-friendly destination and a welcoming destination for business travelers due to our proximity to the airport and local hotels. This restaurant proudly serves American pub-style artisan food and a wide selection of 40 beers on tap.”
Warwick – Half-time, Unique and Exciting Children’s Hair Salon – Warwick | $150,000
“This innovative and exciting concept has revolutionized the way kids visit the hair salon, making it fun! Our formula for success lies in the many sources of income that flow through our store. Haircuts, birthdays, toys, hair accessories, jewelry and more. We don’t just serve the smallest children or children of the same sex – we position ourselves in the market for children of all ages as well as adults.”
Restaurant/Lounge (bring your ideas) Suitable for any concept. – Providence County | $75,000
“Restaurant (currently Asian) with good visibility (on the main highway) and ample parking. Founded for many years in this place and surrounded by many companies”
Outstanding Pizza / Must See Submarines – Coventry | $399,000
“This pizzeria is currently making $20,000 a week with no delivery and is closed on Monday. They used to offer delivery and sales consistently topped $27,000 a week! This pizzeria is great for lunch and dinner. The owner is ready to retire.
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