Joe began to pursue his real estate career at just 17 years of age and was licensed by his 18th birthday. True to his motivated and energetic spirit, he attended college while nurturing his early real estate endeavors, and launched his , Urban Realty, a mere three years into his career. Over the next several years, Joe grew Urban Realty to two offices boasting an all-star team, an exciting portfolio of luxury listings new developments, completing a phenomenal 4,000 transactions throughout Brooklyn's prime neighborhoods.
Results-oriented with a tenacious customer-first attitude, Joe is meticulous, thorough communicative, assessing each client's individual needs putting a well-thought-out plan in place to reach those needs. Joe, it's all about delivering best-in-class service that yields exceptional results. Born raised Bushwick Williamsburg, Joe speaks Spanish fluently. He received a degree sales marketing from New York City College of Technology today resides Park Slope. his free time, you'll find him playing softball in the park cheering on his beloved New York Mets.
Jack The Horse Tavern: 66 Hicks St, Brooklyn, NY 11201
Restaurant & Bar Business For Sale
Asking Price: $300,000
$1,550,000 Yearly Gross Revenue
Golden Opportunity to acquire a beloved Brooklyn restaurant known for its outstanding reviews, 14-year track record of success and a star-studded list of regulars.
The 1,500-square-foot floor plan includes a fully built-out restaurant, bar, kitchen, full basement and small office. All equipment, including two large walk-in refrigerators, is in very good condition and valued at approximately $57,000. Annual gross revenue is approximately $1,550,000, and the well-trained staff is eager to discuss continued employment. Three years remain on the $11,300/month lease, and the landlord is willing to negotiate.
Located within a famed Brooklyn historic district, the restaurant's 2005 renovation featured designs approved by the Landmarks Commission, which earned an Award of Excellence from the local community board. The charming corner entry reveals a reclaimed hickory bar top and floors, beadboard wainscoting, exposed brick walls and tin ceilings. Vintage schoolhouse lights and classic storefront windows illuminate deep-cushioned banquettes.
Located in a bustling and highly sought-after Brooklyn neighborhood close to eight subway lines and more than 20,000 local residents.
Take advantage of this outstanding opportunity to continue a treasured Brooklyn tradition.