Pigtown Bar to be Offered at Auction on Wednesday

| July 15, 2019 | 0 Comments

Update 7/22: The building, assets, and liquor license were sold at auction for $259,000.

A Pigtown bar that has been named The Spot Bar & Lounge and Touch Down II in recent years will be offered in an A.J. Billig & Co. foreclosure auction on Wednesday at 11am. The auction includes the properties from 1169 to 1173 W. Hamburg St. that total 3,796 sq. ft.; along with the 7-Day Class LBD7 beer, wine, and liquor license; and fixtures and equipment.

About the property from the listing:

All those fee simple lots of ground and the improvements thereon, situate and lying in Baltimore City, State of Maryland and being more fully described in the above-referenced Deed of Trust.

The property is a rectangular lot, located at the southeast corner of W. Hamburg and W. Ostend Streets and comprising approximately 42′ x 70′, more or less. According to the Baltimore City Zoning Office, the site is located in an R-8, residential zoning district and has a permitted non-conforming use as restaurant and tavern with live entertainment.

The improvements are believed to comprise a two story end-of-group brick building. According to public records, the building was constructed in 1900 and contains 3,796 square feet of building area, plus basement. The building is believed to contain a bar/tavern on the first floor with gas heat and central air conditioning. The property is located within walking distance of M&T Bank (Ravens) Stadium, Oriole Park and Federal Hill.

The property was the longtime home of Carl’s Little House before it was sold at auction in 2012.

Photo courtesy of A.J. Billig & Co.

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