You could buy 5,378 Diplomat cakes from Bon Ton for $199,000.
Or you could buy Notte’s Bon Ton Pastry and Confectionery and make your own.
The West Broadway institution, which was formerly located next to the Commodore Ballroom, remains on the market. It was offered last fall for $249,000.
“A Vancouver landmark since 1926,” declares the sales notice.
“This artisan bakeshop specializing in hand-made, custom wedding cakes, sculpted, special occasion cakes and more-and all products are baked using only the best quality ingredients available and we make them exactly the same way since the early 1900s.”
The shop is 3,895 square feet and reports $600,000 annual sales revenue with approximately $100,000 net income a year.
“Sales stable even in this cov19 season. All employees would like to stay. Motivated seller has personal personal reasons to sell this great business to the right owner/operator family.”
Meanwhile, the Kitsilano building anchored by Whole Foods is for sale.
Colliers is marketing the West Fourth Building for $36.38 million.
The strata general commercial complex at 2285 W. 4th, assessed last year at $17.45 million, last changed hands to Chip Wilson’s Low Tide Properties in 2018 for $20.89 million.
For sale separately is 2209 W. 4th, for $6.229 million. It was assessed at $2.34 million last year.
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