216 N Townsend, Montrose, Colorado, 81401
Located at one of the most prime commercial street frontages in Montrose, Colorado, this restaurant is ready to go to work with a new owner. Formerly a Chinese restaurant, it is set to jet with all the equipment you will need for a successful venture—pots and pans, cooking utensils, steam tables, walk-in coolers, restaurant tables & chairs, even point of sale equipment.
This restaurant has all the right attributes for success. With a total of 7,300 square feet, it has a prime location in the Montrose commercial core on Townsend Avenue, otherwise known as US 50, the main travel route between Grand Junction, Gunnison, and Telluride. The .86-acre property has excellent parking and easy access. Built in 1971, the building was originally a tire shop, but was completely remodeled for restaurant use. Any environmental concerns from its previous use have been addressed, mitigated, and monitored regularly by the Colorado Department of Health. The kitchen was recently professionally cleaned and is in sparkling clean condition. The vent hood is massive, with a 40-foot high-flow ventilation system, several gas stoves with multiple burners, two walk-in coolers, prep stations and tables, grilles, the works.
Montrose is a growing, bustling small city in Southwest Colorado. It is the gateway to Telluride, the Black Canyon, the Uncompahgre Plateau, the Grand Mesa, and the San Juan mountains. The Uncompahgre River flows through town and joins the Gunnison River in nearby Delta, Colorado. The area is known for its excellent elk and mule deer hunting, whitewater rafting, 4-wheeling, Gold Medal fly-fishing, hiking, mountain biking, and of course skiing. Mining, logging, ranching, farming, and grazing are also important sources of income for Montrose residents. Montrose is the center of business and commerce in Southwest Colorado.
Because of its close proximity to Telluride, the Montrose Regional Airport has excellent connections to large airports across America, such as Newark, LA, Denver, Salt Lake City, Dallas, and Chicago. Visitors come in from all over the world.