Brand new cafe in Medical / Commercial Precinct in Gledswood Hills

Brand new cafe in Medical / Commercial Precinct in Gledswood Hills

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- Food/Beverage

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New South Wales





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Brand new cafe in Medical / Commercial Precinct in Gledswood Hills



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About the business

The Holy Ground cafe brand has a loyal following in the Macarthur region, with 2 cafes trading well. The company has recently opened a cafe in the new medical and commercial precinct in the Gledswood Hills commercial region. This is a new development and is the only cafe within the immediate precinct. This area is poised for growth - with a new hospital due to open in 2024, as well as a day care directly across the road. The cafe has been designed to make the most out of the opportunities by offering catering to the nearby businesses, and having the internal capacity to hold a liquor licence with external seating. There will also be the opportunity to trade late and make the most out of the surrounding businesses. This will be sold as a business under a new name. This could also suit people with experience, or those who are looking for a business as their first venture.

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