The restaurateur paid $2.2 million for the Rochester building that houses Rooster’s Too! – Post Bulletin

The restaurateur paid $2.2 million for the Rochester building that houses Rooster’s Too!  – Post Bulletin

Rochester —

Rooster too! The restaurateur invested $2.2 million to purchase the southeast Rochester building that houses the restaurant with a plan to expand.

Rochester restaurateur Ross Manahan, who owns Rooster’s Too! And

Rooster Barn and Grill

in Rochester, as well as another Rooster’s in Florida, purchased the 26-year-old mall at 4576 Maine Avenue SE on October 24, 2023.

BMA Maine LLC, which bought it in 2022, sold the roughly 8,000-square-foot building. BMA is owned by BMA Marcus InvestmentsThe real estate investment arm of the company Marcos family (Milwaukee, Wisconsin). The Marcos family also owns the surrounding area

Marcos Cinema.

Olmsted County The total market value of the building and land was estimated at $899,800 for 2023-2024.

Rooster’s Too, the sister of the original Rooster’s in Manahan, began leasing the space in Shopping in Maine Built in 2016 following the closing of the Mattress Firm store.

After leasing for seven years, why did Manahan choose to purchase the complex?

He replied: “First and foremost is the opportunity, timing and fair price offered by the owner.” “We have been fortunate enough to have many dedicated and experienced employees, and this investment helps us ensure the continuity of their employment as we grow our business model from where we are today to a more stable platform for the future. With our employees and the smiling faces of our loyal customers, it has become easier We have to continue to invest in this area.

The purchase also opens the door for Rooster’s to expand into a space at the end of the building it previously occupied subway Sandwich shop.

“Our focus with this space will be on it becoming a new private meeting room, party room and banquet space that will have its own stand-alone bar and suite of breakout rooms. This space will be free to reserve with low market minimum sales requirements,” Manahan wrote. It will be able to accommodate and seat up to 80 people, not including bar seating.”

Rooster too! It will use its existing private party room space until the renovation of the former subway area is completed. Once that happens, the current party room will be converted into an extension of the bar space with additional seating and new games.

Jeff Kiger

Jeff Kiger writes a daily column, “Heardaround Rochester,” in addition to writing articles about local companies, such as Mayo Clinic, IBM, Hormel Foods, Crenlo and others. The employer’s opinions do not necessarily reflect my own. He has worked in Rochester at the Post Bulletin since 1999. Send tips to or via Twitter to @whereskiger . You can contact him at 507-285-7798.

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