Thanks for the reply. Somehow, this got stuck in the wrong forum. I made a new one for the seeking capital forum.
I see your points. However years ago, I tried to find funding for just the club and no one was interested. Once I included the RE incentive everyone wanted to join. But these people still required I need 10% worth in assets to be fundable. So my goal is to find someone who invests in commercial property and trusts that my team and I can turn a profit with the business.
Financial partner with adequate net worth needed
to purchase commercial real estate in MD. 30,000 sq ft. building was just
recently constructed. We will open an athletic club that we will own and
operate. Approx. 5 million in total costs, including the real estate.
Location is largest commercial development along I-95. 20 minutes NE of Inner
Harbor in Baltimore. Billions spent on
I have 12 years experience in the fitness industry. The club will have a
full-size gymnasium, 2 levels, running/skating track and kids workout area. We
will sub-lease much of the space to complementary businesses (doctors
offices, day spa, cafe/Starbucks). This will lower overhead and we can draw
members from the tenants.
I need an investor who has adequate assets to acquire a recently constructed 30,000 sq. ft warehouse structure. The plan is to open an athletic club. Total costs from 4 to 5 million. This includes buying the property and setting up the club.
The location is near Baltimore. It is the largest commercial development along I-95. Billions have been spent on infrastructure. Strong demographics and solid local economy with low unemployment. We will sub-lease space to complimentary businesses like doctor`s offices, day spa, cafe, etc. This will lower overhead and allow us to draw members from our tenants.
I have 12 years in the fitness business and have operated 4 small clubs.
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The Baltimore area’s per capita income of $41,320 in 2005 came in eighth among top metro regions.
Employment growth of 5 percent between 2000 and 2006 places
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