Just as a new Hammerjacks in South Baltimore gets its liquor license, a former Hammerjacks building is going up for auction.
Owner Richard Naing, who is preparing to retire, has hired Ten-X Commercial to sell the former Hammerjacks building at 316-318 Guilford Avenue in an online auction.
The two-story, 24,254-square-foot building housed a version of Hammerjacks and then a nightclub called Bourbon Street, but is now vacant. The building has no connection to the Hammerjacks project that is planned for 1300-1320 Russell Street and received an arena license last week, save for the Hammerjacks name.
The building is set up to be a nightclub. The sale will begin June 6 and conclude on June 8. The starting bid is $300,000 and the deposit to participate is $10,000.
Naing is selling several other properties in online auctions in early June. The list includes the building containing the Chick “P” restaurant at 202 W. Read Street, the Mount Vernon apartments at 902-904 St. Paul Street and four offices on Pierside Drive. Ten-X is handling those sales as well.
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