SALINE, MI — Carrigan Café in downtown Saline is officially on the industry and open for potential purchasers.
Owners Karen and Jason Carrigan have announced they are promoting the small business right after operating it nine years. The couple opened the coffee shop at 101 S. Ann Arbor St. in September 2014 in the city’s former My Preferred Café space.
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The small business has grow to be recognized for its coffee, breakfast sandwiches and for getting a location exactly where folks can connect seven days a week.
The choice to sell comes right after the couple’s move to Georgia in December 2020. Even though Karen has traveled back and forth for the small business, she mentioned she’s prepared to join her husband complete time and concentrate much more on her job as a driver trainer for a shuttle service business.
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The small business in a 40-seat, 1,888-square-foot café is on the industry for $140,000, according to a listing from O’Connor Actual Estate.
Karen mentioned she is preparing to maintain the small business open till a new owner requires more than. There’s currently some interest from potential purchasers, she mentioned.
Karen mentioned she would like if the new owner would maintain some of the small business the exact same, like its ties with its Plymouth-primarily based coffee supplier, Coffee Express. She also hopes Carrigan Café can continue to be a location exactly where households and kids can delight in time collectively.
Karen also mentioned she hopes the subsequent owner can make some adjustments.
“I hope whomever keeps it as a café can obtain a couple regions right here and there exactly where they can truly increase on it,” she mentioned. “There’s generally space for improvement and to do points differently.”
Buyers who have walked by means of Carrigan Café’s doors have all grow to be “friends and loved ones,” Karen mentioned, adding she desires to thank every of them for providing her this chance more than the years. She also highlighted the relationships she has produced with the city, Saline Primary Street and surrounding companies.
“Saline has been a amazing extended loved ones to me. I like each and every particular person who comes by means of the door,” she mentioned in a statement. “I will come back to stop by you — we’ll just meet in yet another person’s café.”
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