Restaurant space available on Ypsilanti's West Cross Street after pizzeria closes
Tom Perkins | For AnnArbor.com
Mark Kashem, the property manager, said he is asking around $2,200 per month for the 1,800-square-foot restaurant.
"It’s right by the central campus and already has a lot of the equipment for a restaurant,” Kashem said. “It’s very well maintained. It just needs a little bit of cleaning, and a good idea for it to work.”
The lease price includes a walk-in fridge, freezer, hood system, stove and other equipment needed to get a restaurant going.
The store has been vacant for about three months. Kashem said College Inn’s owners planned to temporarily shut down the business for renovations, then never reopened.
“They kept saying they were renovating and they were saying that they were almost done, but they never came back,” he said.
Kashem said a family member owns the building, at 505 W. Cross St., along with 20 residential properties in Ypsilanti.
Prior to College Inn, the space housed a West Coast Subs.
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