If you want to have a vlan per customer which is a good idea then you will need at least a L3 switch to do that.
What kit do you already have ?
Have you considered security issues ie. what traffic to allow in and out to the internet etc. Bear in mind if the internet line is leased to your friend he could well be liable to both the customers within the building and just as importantly be liable for anything the customers get up to on the internet.
Generally speaking routers have better QOS capabilities than L3 switches but before progressing i would sort out the security issues.
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