Brass Elephant building likely to have buyer Monday

March 27, 2010

The building that once housed the Brass Elephant restaurant is expected to have a buyer by noon Monday. The Mount Vernon building, at 924 N. Charles St., has been vacant since the landmark fine-dining spot closed in August. A group of potential buyers signed a contract a month ago and have until midday Monday to put up money needed for the sale to go forward, Randy Stahl, part-owner of the Brass Elephant, said Friday. The buyers have indicated that they intend to move ahead with the deal, said Stahl, who was the restaurant's chef from 1980 to 2000. The potential buyers are investors who intend to use the space as a restaurant, Stahl said. He said they also have plans for the upper floors - possibly to rent as office space or banquet rooms, he speculated. "I don't know their names or what the concept will be," he said.

- Laura Vozzella

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