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Strudel Haus Pastries Building

Postby -={ARCLIGHT}=- » Mon Aug 29, 2005 5:27 pm

I saw today that the Strudel Haus Pastries Building has finally been sold and they had all the doors open and were gutting it and stripping off the facade.

Does anyone know who bought it, or what kind of business is going in there?
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Postby BILLY BOB » Thu Sep 01, 2005 8:49 am

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Postby -={ARCLIGHT}=- » Thu Sep 01, 2005 11:29 am

I saw today that the Strudel Haus Pastries Building has finally been sold and they had all the doors open and were gutting it and stripping off the facade.

Does anyone know who bought it, or what kind of business is going in there?
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Postby -={ARCLIGHT}=- » Tue Dec 06, 2005 10:00 am

cpbulldoggs wrote:Who is this Jim Weiser who wants
to put a nightclub in place of the bakery
just off the CP square? Is he the lawyer for the
election board who let off Klein, Walsh and Goodall
on the Crown Point Chronicles charge?
Didn't Tim Walsh and Dave Bryan just buy the bakery?
Pay back time?
Oh well! LOL Nevah mind!
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Postby Big Dog » Tue Dec 06, 2005 11:13 am

Jim Weiser is an attorney and is not opening a nightclub. The club is being opened by the same group that used to own the Regal Beagel nightclub in Merrillville and before that owed Ronnie B's in Merrillville. Ron Burget is the owner.
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Postby Big Dog » Wed Dec 07, 2005 1:01 am

C.P. bakery owners bar club

BY ALLISON FASHEK
afashek@nwitimes.com
219.662.5333
CROWN POINT | Owners of the former Strudel Haus bakery downtown said Tuesday it was news to them that an entertainment group planned to open a nightclub in the building.

Tim Walsh and Dave Bryan, who bought the building in July, said the first time they were contacted by J & J Entertainment about leasing the building was 10:15 p.m. Monday. J & J Entertainment president Ron Burget made the call shortly after the City Council quashed plans to locate the club in the 1400 block of East Joliet Street, and after he told reporters of new plans to open the club in the old bakery at 208 S. Main St.

Although Burget looked at the bakery site Tuesday, Walsh said there would be no deal. Both he and Bryan believe the best use of the building would be offices or retail.

"It's the wrong place for a nightclub," Walsh said.

Burget said the bakery site will not work because the owners want to sell, not lease. J & J Entertainment won't buy because of its $3 million investment in plans to open a 16,000-square-foot restaurant and lounge at 10550 and 10570 Broadway.

Burget was interested in the bakery because of its B-1 zoning, meaning serving alcohol already is a permitted use, he said. The City Council denied his request Monday for the special use needed for a club on the B-2 zoned East Joliet property to serve alcohol.

But he may not be giving up on the location.

While he already has talked to Realtors about other possible B-1 locations, Burget said he might try to legally challenge city officials' special use denial.

Burget said he wanted to fix up the east side of the plaza, provide lighting and security for the parking lot and explained the club's hours would only slightly overlap with use of the nearby softball field.

"It was very one-sided and opinionated," Burget said of the city's decision.
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