Top bid of $920000 for former Lamp Post building
July 27, 2015 - table lamp
County Executive Dan McCoy’s administration is recommending a Rice Building during 218 Western in Pine Hills be sole to Shanaz Mashud, who submitted a top of a 4 hermetic bids for a skill in a new taxation foreclosure auction.
The lowest bid — $664,000 — came from a prior owner, Mark Baslo, and was homogeneous to a volume of taxes, penalties and seductiveness that Baslo had amassed on a skill given 2006, according to papers forwarded by McCoy’s administration to county lawmakers.
Baslo’s offer was also scarcely $90,000 next a $750,000 smallest set by a county.
The building occupies a whole retard between Western and Elberon Place along Quail Street, and a tenants embody D.P. Dough Pizza, a hair salon and others.
It was a bowling alley for years though has some-more recently been famous as a home to college watering holes like The Lamp Post, Professor M. Barley’s and a Garage.
Plans were in a works to modify a street-level bar space that housed The Lamp Post and Professor M. Barley’s into a Empire Tavern Taphouse, though those were skeleton were put on reason when a county seized a building.
According to Mashud’s bid, he skeleton to keep all of a building’s existent tenants. The ground-level Lamp Post space would be leased and a groundwork would be converted into 3 blurb spaces and 5 residential units.
Mashud’s attorney, Thomas Gabriels, could not immediately be reached for criticism Monday.
The sale is still fortuitous on a capitulation of a County Legislature.
The other dual bids were for $761,999 by Enterprise Consulting Solutions, LLC and $801,000 by Guryam Singh and Mohammed Manik.