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2355 MANSFIELD DRIVE in COURTENAY: Z2 Courtenay City Business w/Bldg & Land for sale (Zone 2 - Comox Valley) : MLS® # 424813

2355 MANSFIELD DRIVE COURTENAY V9N 2M2 : Z2 Courtenay City

Main Photo: 2355 MANSFIELD DRIVE in COURTENAY: Z2 Courtenay City Business w/Bldg & Land for sale (Zone 2 - Comox Valley)  : MLS® # 424813
$3,600,000
Prop. Type:
Business w/Bldg & Land
MLS® Num:
424813
Status:
Active
Bus Major:
Business
Bus Minor:
Restaurant/Bar
Landmark, Profitable, High Volume Pub and Liquor store on a development location across from the Airport and Estuary looking out on Comox Harbour. This is not your average Hospitality business, achieving sales volumes amongst the highest in the province with Molson/Labatts in both the Liquor store and Pub. Recently they were notified they are the highest sales of ALL companies selling Lucky Beer anywhere they sell Lucky Beer. The prime location with panoramic views may be developable into 4 floors with commercial on the bottom with a large number of deluxe ocean view condos above which will require changing from a C-2 to a R4 -a zone to achieve maximum densities. This should be unchallenged as the neighboring properties have acquired this zone change. This is a share sale only. Seller may consider selling operating businesses and granting a option to purchase land to an experienced operator with a strong covenant. Terms are not available.
Total Floor Area:
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Lot Size:
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Property Type:
Business w/Bldg & Land
Title:
Freehold
Major Business Type:
Business
Minor Business Type:
Restaurant/Bar
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Listed by Coldwell Banker Slegg Realty (Pkvl)
Listing information last updated on Nov 30, 2017 5:10 PM
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