Former Milwaukee Chancery to be sold at auction

Bidding starts at $895,000

Milwaukee Chancery restaurant auction
Former Milwaukee Chancery restaurant
Milwaukee Chancery restaurant auction
Former Milwaukee Chancery restaurant

The shuttered Milwaukee Chancery Restaurant & Pub will be auctioned off online beginning Dec. 2.

The 8,000-square-foot building at 4624 S. 27th St., will have an opening bid of $895,000. The property is currently listed at $1.3 million. Micoley.com, a Green Bay-based real estate marketing firm, will handle the auction.

The building includes a reception area, open dining areas, a bar, kitchen, several restrooms and a basement for storage. A liquor license is not included in the sale and would have to be obtained through the city of Milwaukee.

The Chancery closed Sept. 3 after 33 years in business. The DeRosa Corporation, which owns the local restaurant chain, also closed the Harbourwalk Chancery in Racine, 207 Gas Light Dr. this year.

The company said it plans to keep the four remaining Chancery locations open: 7615 W State St., Wauwatosa; 11046 Port Washington Rd., Mequon; 11900 108th St., Pleasant Prairie; 2100 E Moreland Blvd., Waukesha.

For information on the auction visit www.micoley.com

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