|State Bank of Countryside last week acquired the former Sam Maguire's Irish Pub at auction.|
By Bob Bong
State Bank of Countryside is the new owner of the former Sam Maguire’s Irish Pub, which closed in Orland Park without warning in early January.
The bank was the only bidder for the property at 39 Orland Square Drive, which was auctioned off on Friday.
A foreclosure lawsuit was filed by the bank in September 2011 against the popular Orland Park restaurant seeking more than $2.2 million from restaurant owners Michael Wilke, Marian Wilke and MTT Investments LLC.
“All the parties involved wanted to move this sale along,” said Michael Coughlin, an attorney with Burke & Handley, who handled the case.
The sale will become final after it is approved by a foreclosure judge in Cook County.
Sam Maguire’s had been for sale for months before it closed with an asking price of $2.7 million. The property is still listed at online realty websites as being for sale with an asking price of $2.2 million.
Torrid Reopens in Orland Square
Torrid, a clothing store for plus-size women, has reopened in its new location in the upper level JCPenney Court at Orland Square Mall in Orland Park. The new store is next to The Body Shop. For information, call 708-226-1860 or visit Torrid Orland Square Mall.
Brannigan Chiropractic Hosts BAH
Brannigan Chiropractic, 1400 Ravinia Place in Orland Park, will celebrate its 10th anniversary by hosting a Business after Hours for the Orland Park Area Chamber of Commerce from 4:30-6:30 p.m. on Tuesday.
For information or to RSVP, call the chamber at 708- 349-2972 or visit Orland Park Chamber.
Garrett to Address Oak Lawn Chamber
Jim Garrett from the Chicago Southland Convention & Visitors Bureau will be guest speaker at the Oak Lawn Chamber of Commerce’s monthly meeting at 11:30 a.m. June 12 at the Hilton Oak Lawn, 9333 S. Cicero Ave.
After the lunch, Laura Urban of Globus Family of Brands will have a travel presentation.
Cost is $20 for members and $25 for non-members.
For information, call 708-424-8300 or visit the Oak Lawn Chamber.
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