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Developer Lundy acquires NSIL clubhouse on Watertown’s Mill Street


Developer Lundy acquires NSIL clubhouse on Watertown’s Mill Street

WATERTOWN — Developer Michael E. Lundy closed Thursday on his purchase of the former North Side Improvement League clubhouse, 633 Mill St.James A. Burrows, the local attorney representing the improvement league, said in an email that all liens against the property have been paid and any remaining claims against the one-time active civic organization “will be reviewed, and if found to be legitimate, will be resolved and/or paid in the very near future.”He said remaining league members, who had maintained and marketed the property, will now work with the state attorney general’s office to “arrive at a good charitable use” for any leftover league funds.The clubhouse has sat idle since 2013. The 9,600-square-foot building is assessed at $395,200, according to city property records. On Feb. 15, the AG’s office and state Supreme Court Judge James P. McClusky gave the go-ahead for Mr. Lundy to buy the property for $325,000 in a cash deal. The court and the AG’s office was needed to approve the sale of the property because the league is a nonprofit organization.Mr. Lundy has not indicated his proposed use for the building.
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Developer Lundy acquires NSIL clubhouse on Watertown’s Mill Street

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