Wednesday, July 6, 2022

Le Yaca Restaurant Property In Williamsburg Sold

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WILLIAMSBURG-The building that is home to the Le Yaca French Restaurant in The Shops at High Street mixed-used complex off Richmond Road in Williamsburg has been sold.

On June 14, Cushman & Wakefield/Thalhimer announced the sale of the commercial condominium property occupied by the restaurant, which is located at 1430 High St.

Jada French Food, LLC, bought the 5,353 square foot retail suite from High Street Shops, LLC for $1.7 million as an investment.

Le Yaca, a popular restaurant that has been in business in Greater Williamsburg since 1980 and has been a part of High Street since 2014, will continue to operate as usual. The restaurant also has another location in Virginia Beach.

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