Dutchess County Properties

Babette’s Kitchen – Hudson Valley Gourmet For Sale

3293 Franklin Avenue | Millbrook, NY 12545 This iconic Millbrook favorite is on the market for the first time. Babette’s Kitchen has a loyal clientele, and a fantastic “Main Street” location in one of Dutchess County’s most beautiful villages, 80 miles from New York and in the heart of the Hudson Valley. With a favorable […]

Bagels

Dutchess County Bagel Shop For Sale

Dutchess County Bagel Shop For Sale – New To Market – With or Without Real Estate Bagels | Donuts | Sandwiches | Breakfast | Coffee | Eat-In | Take-Out | Onsite Bagel Manufacturing & Bakery | Opportunities for Catering, Wholesale & Delivery Contact: Rick Tannenbaum  |  917-689-1799  |  rtannenbaum@houlihanlawrence.com     Contact: Rick Tannenbaum  |  917-689-1799  […]

Orange County Properties

Prima Pizza Cornwall

Prima Pizza – Cornwall, NY

Small town charm; big time opportunity. Prima Pizza in Cornwall. 35 years in business; first time on the market. Call for more information.

Rockland County Properties

Il Portico - Tappan

Il Portico – Tappan Italian Restaurant With Real Estate

First time on the market, this classic Italian restaurant (complete with building and parking lot at 89 Main Street in Tappan) is completely modern and turnkey. Seating on the porch, at the bar, and in multiple dining rooms (private and public) makes this restaurant a perfect property for the COVID-19 era and beyond. Seating in […]

719 West Nyack Road

Village Square Office – West Nyack

Village Square Offices – West Nyack Available Suites: Suite 28 – 350 square feet Suite 30 – 800 square feet Suite 32 – 750 square feet Suite 35 – 350 square feet Suite 44 – 875 square feet

Putnam County Properties

Hudson Hils, Cold Spring Bistro/Upscale Diner For Sale

Hudson Hils Cafe, 129-131 Main Street, Cold Spring, NY 10516 This local favorite and high-end bistro (seating: 51 indoors, 24 outdoors) offers a prime Main Street location in historic Cold Spring. Two apartments above the restaurant provide a reliable additional income. The 1920s building is 3,850sf+/- and sits on a 2,600sf corner lot. Grandfathered for […]

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What’s My Business Worth? The Science and Art of Business Valuation.

Pandemic aside, valuing a business is complicated. Is a business devalued because of short-term disruption in sales? Has there been a fundamental shift in the viability of certain businesses? Sellers may consider some discount for the pandemic’s short-term impacts, but most still believe that the value of their asset is not defined by the temporary […]

The Pandemic Clause – What’s In Your Lease?

New Thoughts On Lease Negotiations In A Post-Pandemic World There are millions of commercial property leases in place. While most have incorporated contingencies for scenarios from A to Z, few have considered what to do in the face of a widespread and devastating health pandemic. In fact, there is likely no such thing as a […]

Ulster & Sullivan Restaurant News

Landlords: Do More Than Offer Rent Abatement To Hold Onto Tenants

Landlords Are Hiring Small Business Consultants To Help Tenants Navigate Pandemic’s Stormy Waters Smart landlords are doing more than offering rent abatement to tenants during this unprecedented time of upheaval. Instead, they are hiring small business consultants to help tenants navigate federal loan assistance programs because rent abatement may not be enough to salvage a […]

Dutchess & Putnam County News

When Fair Leasing Terms Are A Workout

24/7 Fitness Clubs and Tenant NNN Obligations – A Closer Look By Rick Tannenbaum Let’s say you’ve been operating your 2,000sf cafe or grab-n-go in a 40,000sf neighborhood shopping center and your contributions for CAM and INS have been about $3.00/psf. Your lease specifies that your share of NNN expenses, based purely on your square footage, is […]

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