5300 Champion Blvd-Restaurant Space for Lease/Sale



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5300 Champion Blvd-Restaurant Space for Lease/Sale


5300 Champion Blvd.
Boca Raton, FL 33496

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Property Type: Retail
Price: $699,000
Listing Status: Sold

Contact Info

Gary Broidis
Direct: 561-447-8610 Ext. 12
Cell: 561-447-8610 Ext. 12



Excepional $2.5 million buildout, 190 seats, two private dining rooms, a full bar and a large covered patio

This 4,000 SF restaurant is located in the Polo Club Shopping Center on an inside end cap with an additional 1,000 SF covered outside patio(at no cost) on Military Trail just north of Clint Moore Road in Boca Raton. Average Family Income in a 1 mile radius is over $100,000.

Additional Information Site Highlights
Building Size: 4,000 SF
Operating Expenses: $11.42 PSF
Min. Divisible Space: 4,000 SF
Max. Contiguous Space: 4,000 SF
Price Per SqFt: $174,.75
  • Existing five year lease expires on April 30, 2017 with one five year option
  • Present base rent is $9,400 per month for the balance of the initial term
  • Initial option rent is $9,500 per month
  • Operating Expenses are $11.42 PSF
  • Full Liquor License
  • Financials Available
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