THE NATIONAL RESTAURANT EXCHANGE
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“Why hasn’t my business sold?” For the most part this question is asked not only of restaurant brokers but also of general business brokers, and as well of other commercial brokers.
The scenario is that an owner seeks out, what he feels is a competent professional to help him exit a business that has provided him with the luxuries of success or the pains of failure. In either case, if we take on the responsibility of accepting the listing, we’re promising the seller, and therefore morally obligated, to do everything in our power to extricate the owner from his business with the best price and most favorable terms.
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It’s amazing how many food and beverage businesses dot the landscape. If it’s true that “small business drives our country”, then restaurants are the life-blood of our society. No matter where you go, look to your left, look to your right…convenience stores, liquor stores, fast food, slow food, pubs, full-service, nightclubs, function facilities, ad naseum. Then you can break them down into chains, into ethnic subsets…every downtown, every shopping center, most office complexes. “my God, they’re everywhere.”
The $1.1b Hub on Causeway project is remaking a neighborhood
The massive new Star Market near TD Garden has an opening date: This Friday
September 18, 2019, 4:54 p.m
A new Star Market will open Friday in the new Hub on Causeway complex at TD Garden.The two-story market, which is part of the $1.1 billion Hub on Causeway development, sits on the north side of the new “Champion’s Row” entryway to TD Garden on Causeway Street. A street-level space will sell grab-and-go items and have a Starbucks inside that opens at 5 a.m. to serve commuters entering and exiting North Station, said John Scuccimarra, Star Market’s general manager. An escalator will take customers underground for their more comprehensive shopping needs.
Store director Bob Kelly said he’s spent the past few months talking with area residents to ensure the store will serve them well. “We spent a lot of time trying to marry the assortment to the community,” he said.
He said the market will feature a Pizzeria Regina downstairs for quick slices, a large selection of beer and wine, and a variety of organic and ethnic foods in the aisles. For seniors, the store will offer discounts on the first Saturday of the month and a drop-off shuttle once a week. Time-crunched shoppers can use Instacart for grocery deliveries and in-store pickups.
Scuccimarra said it’s tricky to plan every detail of a supermarket in the center of a major transportation and entertainment hub whose foot traffic ebbs and wanes with the arrival of commuters and fans, so adjustments will be made over time. 18 food vendors are coming to Hub Hall near TD Garden.