The location was too good not to secure, said Ninja Parc founder John Pirlo, with an affordable footprint right at the gateway to the Hunter Valley.
“Huntlee is a growing township near Branxton and the area is booming with families so this is a great opportunity,” said John.
“We’re on the hunt for growth corridors like this as they make so much sense for franchisees. You’re filling a clear market gap for the local community and that’s a great start for any new business.
“The Huntlee location also offers a comfortable commute to Newcastle or even Sydney if that’s what the buyer is looking for – and it could easily be set up to run with a local manager too.”
The site is suitable for a 300sqm Ninja Parc, the new boutique option in the brand’s re-structured portfolio that launched in March.
The 300sqm option offers an intimate, safe environment for kids to play and experience ninja. This space has a strong focus on kids-only classes and features approximately 15 obstacles plus space for birthday parties. The operation requirements are minimal for this set-up and customer capacity is max 40.
The Lessor is also offering an attractive incentive, with a fit-out contribution of $90k and 6-months free rent.
The site is located on Winepress Rd, Branxton and low-cost entry starts at $400,000.
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