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Old Hardees building to be razed

An old vacant Hardees building on the corner of North Eighth Avenue and Georgia Street in Sturgeon Bay will be torn down before the end of the year.  Ted Lavine, who purchased the property early last spring, says he has no immediate plans of yet to build anything on the parcel that is adjacent to property owned by his family to the north.  The Hardee’s Restaurant closed in 2010 and the building was placed for sale with an original listing of $700,000.  Lavine looked into buying the business for the last few years before finalizing the sale of the property after title issues last March in a deal that had to done within 40 hours after a stay of demolition.  The building deteriorated substantially after the heat was turned off last year, according to Lavine.  The building will be removed by the end of the year and the property will be used as a parking lot for the foreseeable future. 

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