Alright, so after yesterday’s post, I am pretty certain that a good majority of you are addicted to the ocean. No surprise there. And I’m taking a guess here, but I’m pretty sure that a fair amount of you would love to own a business here on St. John. If that sounds of interest to you, you’ll want to continue reading.
There are several different business opportunities available on the island ranging from a popular little eatery to a unique boutique. Here are the details on some of our favorite opportunities:
St. Johnimals is a pretty neat little pet shop located over in Wharfside Village. It also happens to be the pet shop that was mentioned on the House Hunters episode that featured Rob and Ken from Rhode Island. If you recall, they were looking for a small fixer upper. (You can read more about that here.) Well they opened and since listed St. Johnanimals for sale. It’s a pretty good opportunity for an animal lover. Here are the details from its listing:
St. Johnanimals is an exceptional shop dedicated to pets and the people who spoil them rotten. This small shop located in Wharfside Village carries a great selection of high quality food, innovative pet gifts, resort couture and sporting apparel, collars, leads, treats, luxury pet beds, fine dining ware, practical necessities, and all sorts of fun accessories. Special custom pet gifts and accessories are available for local island residents and visitors, all of which display a distinct island attitude. This high-traffic location is just steps from the ferry dock.
St. Johnanimals, which receives high marks on TripAdvisor, is listed for $75,000.
Fabric Mill is another great opportunity as it is an established business with a great selection of clothing. Here are the details from its listing:
With more than 30 years in business, the Fabric Mill has become synonymous with great fashion and outstanding quality. Loyal customers, both seasonal and local, frequent this establishment. The Fabric Mill offers opportunity for continued growth and several exclusive lines, which make this a great business opportunity.
Fabric Mill is listed for $99,000.
Nest & Company:
We really like Nest & Company. It’s a funky little shop near the back of Mongoose Junction that carries a variety of fun items dedicated to the sand and sea (among other items offered for sale.) If I were interested in owning a boutique, this may be the one I’d go for. Here are its details:
Located at Mongoose Junction, Nest & Company is in a high-traffic location beside several boutique and fine dining establishments. Within the Nest, lies luxury, beauty and peace. Nest & Company on finding delicate, exquisite items made from top-quality materials. For the body, the mind, the home and the soul, you’ll find the perfect gift for a loved one or for yourself such as jewelry, candles, stationery, bedding, books, clothing, home decor, lotions, soaps and more. Visiting the shop becomes a sensual experience filled with fresh aromas, soft fabrics and gentle colors.
This well established shop is a favorite of both visitors and locals. Recently reduced, Nest & Company is now available for $125,000.
And last but not least today, there is Joe’s Diner. Known for its yummy eats, Joe’s Diner has been serving up good food since 1972. Located right in town (and under Cafe Roma), Joe’s Diner is yet another great opportunity for an established restauranteur or perhaps someone looking to become one. Here are its details:
Joe’s Diner offers a great location in the heart of Cruz Bay – high traffic, visibility and road access. The sale includes the business, furniture, fixtures, equipment and all inventory on hand. It comes with a five-year lease and two five-year options. The lease also includes a driveway. This easy owner-run business is turnkey for immediate purchase and partial owner financing possible to qualified buyer.
Joe’s Diner is listed for $195,000.
Want to know more about what’s for sale on the island? Check out one of these real estate companies:
- 340 Real Estate Co.
- American Paradise
- Cruz Bay Realty
- Holiday Homes of St. John
- Islandia Real Estate
- RE/MAX Island Paradise Realty
- Sold on St. John
- St. John Properties
- Tropical Properties
2 thoughts on “More Business Opportunities on St. John”
St Johnimals may be back for sale but a St Thomas guy bought it from Rob and Ken right before they left island.
Leslie is right about st johnimals. The owner from Stt recently closed the shop, took all the inventory which I found on e-bay and Definitly owes one person money and has been rumored to owe many others… The store has been shut down now for more than a week after he ran the business into the ground for the past 8 months