SOLD – 30-Yr Est. Eco-Friendly Dry Cleaning Plant and Pick Up Station
An eco-friendly, full-service dry cleaning plant and a complementing pick-up station in an excellent retail district are available for your acquisition. This establishment is located in a retail strip center of a prosperous suburb in the west of Dallas. This plant and pick-up station duo has diligently served patrons of the immediate area for decades with customer-conscious, non-toxic, and noncarcinogenic cleaning services. Many affluent individuals from neighboring residential areas have become returning customers due to the quality of service and trust built between the business and the patrons over the last 30 years. The dry cleaning plant is full service, offering washing, dry cleaning, alterations, and tailoring services, while the pick-up station solely focuses on pick-ups and alterations. Both locations are located close enough to make the commute to and from negligible but are far enough apart to attract customers from different residential areas. Both sites are adorned with simple store signs and minimal exterior embellishment. The interiors are similarly composed in a clean and straightforward fashion utilizing wood as the sole accenting material. While the pick-up station has little to no equipment, the dry cleaning plant is fully equipped with two dry clean legger press (one fitted with a steam iron), a puff iron, Suzy press, Firbimatic dry cleaning machine, a spotting board with a steam gun, double jeans legger press, single jeans legger press, sleeve press, double buck shirt press, ironing board with a steam iron, topper press, Fulton boiler, air compressor, two washers, dryer, chiller, and a sewing machine. All of these significant pieces of equipment are in excellent working condition. Like many other areas around the world, the pandemic has drastically affected the commercial district in which this establishment resides. Sales were dramatically low all around, and many stores in the vicinity, including many of the direct competitors, were forced to shut down their businesses. Though heavily impacted by the pandemic, this dry cleaner has persevered through and is now projected to recover 80-90% of its previous sales. Both locations are projected to do $50,000 a month; an increase in sales due to the lack of competition. With a swift recovery and many of its competitors out of business, this establishment is dominating its market.