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Are you a caterer, baker or chef looking to scale your current business while also collecting passive income? This is the ideal opportunity for you. Get in at the early stage of this growing trend. Numerous trends are driving the demand for ghost kitchens. This business is a fully equipped "ghost kitchen" in a central Houston location (near the Heights) with multiple tenants in place, but it still has capacity left to grow. If you're looking for an absentee business to augment your income—this is it. It takes very little time to manage and makes for a very good passive investment for any new owner, but it is ideal for a caterer or baker who wants to grow their business.

This business is a relatively recent and growing concept - a “ghost kitchen”. For businesses that neither need nor can afford to lease a their own commercial kitchen, this business provides flexible lease terms and all hour’s access to a fully equipped and licensed/permitted kitchen. Tenants are often caterers, bakeries and, increasingly, restaurants that offer only take-out service utilizing any of several delivery services such as GrubHub, DoorDash or UberEats. This kitchen remained open and profitable during the COVID lock-down. A buyer would be smart to move fast on this great opportunity for an investor seeking passive income or for a food service business that can utilize the available capacity, essentially obtaining a rent-free kitchen for their own use.
Retail space converted to a fully equipped, licensed and permitted kitchen.

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