West End business owner blames 3-year construction project for decision to sell
Bunty’s, a fried chicken restaurant, car wash, laundromat and convenience store, is listed for $1.3M
The owner of a popular institution in Winnipeg's West End says constant street repairs outside his business have forced him to sell.
Yonas Zewude listed Bunty's, a fried chicken restaurant, car wash, laundromat and convenience store, on the corner of Arlington Street and Ellice Avenue, for $1.3 million.
Zewude said a three-year-long construction project on the roadway outside the business slowed sales.
The city said it consulted with several groups, including the West End BIZ, throughout construction and tried to mitigate concerns.
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