Explore business opportunities available for purchase in Clarksville, Tennessee. Discover fundamental commercial properties currently up for sale within The Volunteer State.
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Restaurant For Sale
Location on Providence Boulevard, this restaurant has been in business for 15 years and comes fully furnished with a full bar and kitchen, making this an outstanding opportunity for an owner-operator to take over this successful venture. Dine-in, carry-out projections are excellent. Full liquor license included as part of the sale; its convenient location close to downtown areas and significant highways provides plenty of opportunity. Plus, the owner doubles as a realtor – she can assist in finding you your new place of business!
Clarksville is the county seat of Montgomery County and home to Fort Campbell on both sides of the Tennessee-Kentucky state line, Austin Peay State University, and The Leaf-Chronicle newspaper – two staples that date back centuries! Additionally, Clarksville serves as an economic hub with retail, office, and industrial properties, among the fastest-growing major cities in Tennessee, with plans to overtake Chattanooga as the fourth-largest by 2020.
As well as having a robust local economy, the city features national chains such as Target and Walmart and an emerging restaurant scene that includes sushi bars, Italian, Asian, and even Gigi’s Cupcakes – an acclaimed franchise bakery directly opposite the county hospital.
As World War I raged across Europe, many young men and women from Clarksville volunteered for military service, solidifying Tennessee’s reputation as “The Volunteer State.” Women’s suffrage also became an issue locally; Mrs. Frank J. Runyon later created the First Woman’s Bank of Tennessee as part of her initiative for women’s suffrage.
Clarksville commercial real estate for rent can be abundant, covering various property sizes and classes. PropertyShark makes it simple to navigate this large selection of available spaces by providing tools like price, size, and location perk searches and additional filters like search by date of lease termination or expiration.
Family Entertainment Center For Sale
The Pinnacle Family Entertainment Center provides an unforgettable experience for visitors of all ages. Boasting state-of-the-art arcade games, bowling lanes, and an onsite full-service restaurant/bar – this family-friendly venue in Clarksville makes for a fun-filled day trip!
Clarksville, Tennessee, offers over 350,002 square feet of commercial real estate space available for lease across 44 listings and 24 distinct areas. These options span traditional office options from retail spaces to warehouse and logistics spaces to warehouse spaces public for leasing. Utilizing intuitive search tools, it is simple to filter by availability, location perks, and property type or, more efficiently, find the ideal area for you and your business needs.
Are You Searching for an Established, Highly Reputable Business to Invest In? Consider purchasing this state-of-the-art Entertainment Center in Clarksville as an Investment. Offering unmatched customer experiences, this one-of-a-kind venue has no equal. The current owner has dedicated many hours and effort to building this successful venture – ready to pass it on.
This rare opportunity presents itself in the form of a highly profitable entertainment facility in downtown Clarksville. A true gem, it has been well maintained throughout its existence, boasting a solid customer base and making an excellent addition to anyone looking for their next challenge.
Clarksville offers many shopping centers and boutiques for families to enjoy in outdoor and boutique settings, making the city’s historic downtown district the ultimate shopping experience for residents. Here, they can explore local vendors while purchasing products directly from producers based within Clarksville. Throughout May through October, residents can attend the downtown market held each Saturday featuring fresh produce and handcrafted goods from farmers and artisans of Clarksville.
The new indoor City Forum, situated near Miss Lucille’s Marketplace on Madison Street, will feature high-speed go-karting, two-story laser tag, an arcade, miniature golf, ten bowling lanes, and the Madison Room for special events or birthday parties, as well as The Loading Dock restaurant (an 8,000 sq foot space). It will become the second-largest complex of its type nationwide.
Window Front Deli For Sale
This business opportunity in Clarksville’s Strip District is an outstanding business venture. While it currently operates as a famous deli, its potential is limitless as there is ample room for expansion in kitchen and store space. Furthermore, its owner enjoys an established customer base, which makes this an invaluable opportunity. Take a look for yourself! This must be seen by anyone searching for new ventures.
This historic Clarksville building at 107 Franklin Street has changed much over time. Constructed in 1872 and originally housing John Couts’ furniture and undertaking business until it was destroyed by fire in 1878. Subsequently, it was transformed into one of the area’s most successful “mercantile emporia” owned by Nathaniel V. Gerhart, who held “full trust from Clarksville public.”
After being owned by several parties during the early 1900s, Mrs. Roberta V. Kennedy, daughter of James Thompson Kennedy and granddaughter of D. N. Kennedy, purchased it. For thirty-something years, she owned it while several businesses and offices used its space, such as Settle-Edmondson (women’s clothing), Clarksville Credit Men’s Association office, Montgomery County Farmers Institute office, etc.
Kuhn Brothers was the last major tenant of this building, opening in 1913 and operating a variety store chain throughout Tennessee and the South. Additionally, they housed a branch of the National Bank of Commerce until 1948, when the Kuhn Brothers branch closed, and it became available again for National Bank use.
Crow’s Jewelers had been located at this building from its construction through to June 1980 when it announced going-out-of-business sale plans – marking an important event in Clarksville’s business history and eventually purchased by Guaranty Federal Savings and Loan, later merging with First National Bank, located across Franklin Street from it.
Retail Store For Sale
Search commercial real estate for sale in Clarksville, TN, and throughout The Volunteer State using easy-to-use tools. View high-quality listings featuring photos and property details; from traditional or modern office options to retail, warehouse & logistics space, or land, our inventory has you covered! Use filters to narrow your search based on size, property type, or location perks before connecting directly with brokers to arrange tours that suit your needs – don’t miss your next business opportunity today!
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