San Diego Community News Group
Patio on Lamont, Saska’s and Swell Coffee Co. properties for sale
Colliers International San Diego Region recently announced the sale of four restaurants and two parking lots in San Diego, subject to court approval, a possible auction process and owner approval in one case.
The portfolio includes the two full-service restaurants in operation – Patio on Lamont in Pacific Beach and Saska’s in Mission Beach, a recently closed full-service restaurant – Himmelberg’s in East Village, as well as a recently closed cafe and sandwich in Mission Beach. , Swell Coffee Co.
The portfolio also includes two operating parking lots at Mission Beach – one owned and one leased.
Buyers can choose to bid on one or more properties. Interested parties can contact Bill Shrader and Joe Brady of Colliers International’s Urban Property team with any questions regarding the portfolio.
“This portfolio represents a unique investment opportunity to acquire up to six properties in the heart of two of San Diego’s most vibrant neighborhoods: East Village and Pacific Beach,” said Shrader. “All four buildings offer fully equipped catering operations with high level upgrades that are all positioned for future success. “
The properties of the restaurant:
Le Patio sur Lamont: At 4445 rue Lamont, this place is currently in business and has been a gastronomic destination for more than three decades. The 6,525 square foot plot includes a beach, Type 47 liquor license, and the ability to add multi-family units.
Saska’s: Located at 3768, boul. Mission, this 2,740 square foot building has been a local restaurant for over 60 years. The property was renovated in 2017 and is currently in operation. This location includes a type 47 liquor license.
Former Swell Coffee Co.: Located at 3833, boul. Mission, this 1,257 square foot property was the former destination for coffee and light food. The property has had a strong sales history but is currently closed.
Former Himmelberg’s: Located near Petco Park in the East Village neighborhood of San Diego, the 3,750 square foot building was renovated in 2016 and is currently closed, but was previously a popular sports bar with locals and tourists alike. This location also includes a type 47 liquor license.