If you've ever wanted to run a cafe in one of the cafe-iest parts of Boston, here's your chance: Ula Cafe in the Brewery Complex in Jamaica Plain is for sale.
A sales listing for the cafe says :
Never closed during the pandemic and sales stayed strong despite no indoor seating. Primed for growth post-COVID but needs new website, some internal work and effective management. 2019 revenue was $1,150,000. It has not been profitable the past two years.
The listing adds that the owner, who lives in Rhode Island, is looking to concentrate on a couple of businesses he runs there.
In 2016, Rik Kleinfeldt and Paula Anderson bought the cafe, which had been one of the customers for their New Harvest Coffee Roasters of Pawtucket, from Korinn Koslofsky, who had opened the cafe in 2007 with partner Kate Bancroft.