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In the market for real estate where you can open your own restaurant? You’re in luck! Our friends at Kirby Properties have announced the follow three restaurant opportunities and properties are now available.

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517 Thames Street – For Lease

An opportunity to lease a fully equipped restaurant space on Thames Street. Comfortable seating for 40+ guests in the dining room and additional 30 seats on the quaint outdoor brick patio. Take advantage of major foot traffic, and kitchen in place. Beer and Wine license to be transferred to Tenant. Sidewalk seating possible with additional application to the City of Newport. *note: Thai Cuisine is relocating* 

Lease Price: $4,500 plus expenses (see below)


22 Washington Square – For Lease

A rare opportunity to lease a turn-key restaurant in downtown Newport. Located in the heart of Historic Washington Square, this iconic space is ready for your operation. The first floor boasts a wide open floor plan, high ceilings and large historic windows. The 2,000 square foot basement space hosts a new kitchen build-out, large walk in, storage and office.

Lease Price: $6,500 per month plus NNN expenses (see expenses below)


8 West Marlborough Street – For Sale or Lease

This amazing location in downtown Newport abuts the great Cardines Field and sits between the corners of America’s Cup & Thames Street on West Marlborough. Across from the Long Wharf Mall near the city’s shopping district plus the Newport “Gateway Visitors Center”. Amazing views of the historic Cardines Field, the restaurant sports outside dining in the “Bull Pen” for game lovers to enjoy lunch or dinner and watch the game at field level. This is an amazing opportunity to own a restaurant icon in historic Newport.

Sale Price: $1,000,000

Lease Price: $4,000 per month


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He currently serves as Vice President of the Board Of Directors for Fort Adams Trust and on the Board of Directors for Potter League For Animals.

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