Baton Rouge-Prairieville, Louisiana Area Restaurant for Lease – Fully Equipped Turnkey – $65,000

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Baton-Rouge-Prairieville, Louisiana Restaurant for Lease –

Fully Equipped Turnkey for almost any quick service or casual concept.

1325/sf.

Seats 22.

Long term lease at $2234.82 includes CAM.

Insurance at $153 per month.

Priced at $65,000 with some Owner financing.

Prairieville is a census-designated place in Ascension ParishLouisiana, United States. It is south of Baton Rouge and north of Gonzales.

Prairieville is an expanding bedroom suburb of Baton Rouge. Its name is derived from the once plentiful pastures and prairies that were visible from Highway 73 (Jefferson Hwy.) and Airline Highway, which is now covered with development. Prairieville started off as a quiet community with few people.

In recent decades, Prairieville has benefited from migration out of Baton Rouge, with new residents particularly drawn to the area by its high-performing public schools and low crime rate. Prairieville had an official 2010 census population of 26,895 inhabitants.[1] If it incorporated it would be the largest city in Ascension Parish. Prairieville is in one of the fastest-growing areas in Louisiana. Prairieville’s population is bigger than the parish’s two largest incorporated cities, Donaldsonville (7,436) and Gonzales (9,781) combined.

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Baton Rouge (/ˌbætən ˈruːʒ/ BAT-ən ROOZH; from French bâton rouge [bɑtɔ̃ ʁuʒ] (listen), meaning ‘red stick’) is the capital of the U.S. state of Louisiana. Located on the eastern bank of the Mississippi River, it is the parish seat of East Baton Rouge Parish, the most populous parish in Louisiana. It is the 99th most populous city in the United States, and second-largest city in Louisiana after New Orleans. It is also the 16th most populous state capital. As of the U.S. Census Bureau‘s July 2017 estimate, Baton Rouge had a population of 227,549, down from 229,493 at the 2010 census.[6] Baton Rouge is the center of Greater Baton Rouge, the second-largest metropolitan area in Louisiana, with a population of 834,159 as of 2017, up from 802,484 in 2010 and 829,719 in 2015.[7]

The city of Baton Rouge is a major industrial, petrochemical, medical, research, motion picture,[8] and growing technology[9] center of the American South. It is the location of Louisiana State University, the LSU System‘s flagship university and the largest institution of higher education in the state.[10] It is also the location of Southern University, the flagship institution of the Southern University System, the only historically black college system in the nation. The Port of Greater Baton Rouge is the 10th-largest in the United States in terms of tonnage shipped, and is the farthest upstream Mississippi River port capable of handling Panamax ships.[11][12]

The Baton Rouge area owes its historical importance to its strategic site upon the Istrouma Bluff, the first natural bluffupriver from the Mississippi River Delta at the Gulf of Mexico. This allowed development of a business quarter safe from seasonal flooding. In addition, the city built a levee system stretching from the bluff southward to protect the riverfront and low-lying agricultural areas. The city is a culturally rich center, with settlement by immigrants from numerous European nations and African peoples brought to North America as slaves or indentured servants. It was ruled by seven different governments: French, British, and Spanish in the colonial era; the Republic of West Florida, as a United States territory and state, Confederate, and United States again since the end of the American Civil War.

Baton Rouge is located on the banks of the Mississippi River in southeastern Louisiana.[28] It lies on a low elevation of 56 to a little over 62 feet above sea level.[29] According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area 79.1 square miles (204.9 km2), of which 76.8 square miles (198.9 km2) are land and 2.2 square miles (5.7 km2) (2.81%) are covered by water. The city is located on the first set of bluffs north of the Mississippi River Delta‘s coastal plains. Because of its prominent location along the river and on the bluffs, which prevents flooding, the French built a fort in the city in 1719.[30] Baton Rouge is the third-southmost capital city in the continental United States, after Austin, Texas, and Tallahassee, Florida. It is the cultural and economic center of the Greater Baton Rouge area.


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