Woody’s Restaurant signs a lease in Solana Beach

Location Matters Inc. a full service retail commercial real estate brokerage with a specialized restaurant leasing and development team, facilitated the signing of a 10-year lease for Woody’s Restaurant at the Beachwalk in Solana Beach 437 S. Coast Hwy 101, former Blanca Restaurant.

The lease, for the 4,414 square foot restaurant space, was valued at $1,656,579.

For more about Location Matters Brokerage visit www.locationmattersinc.com.

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