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Former Fast Food Restaurant--Kenmore, NY 3155 Delaware Ave, Buffalo, NY, United States
Property Overview
Price/Rent PSF Inquire
Asset Type Retail
Trade Type Lease
SQ. FT. Available INQUIRE
Date Available 04/10/2017
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Description

Property is a former fast food restaurant with a Drive through lane. Has a large paved parking lot with 16 parking spaces, located at a highly visible corner. Property also has large pylon signage and building signage. This turn key restaurant opportunity is available immediately and has been well-maintained since it was built in 2001. We also have several other fast food drive through recently closed restaurants available call for details. Please see the attached Traffic Count document for all AADT statistics for this property. Located Between Kenmore Ave. & Sheridan Dr. within a few miles of two major retail trade areas with retails consisting of Wal Greens, Target Tops Supermarket, Aldi FoodsKMart, Family Dollar, Dollar Tree, Bon Ton, Burger Knig, McDonald's, and too many more to mention. 3 miles from Kenmore Mercy Hospital, 6 miles from the Boulevard Mall and Buffalo-Niagara Airport, also very close to the corporate park on Ridge Lea Road and Bailey Avenue, Amherst.

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