Old Patrick's Restaurant Across From Black Creek Goes Back To Bank

Wednesday, June 04, 2014

The old Patrick's Restaurant on Cummings Highway across from the Black Creek development (formerly Cummings Cove) was for sale on the courthouse steps on Tuesday.

With no bidders, the bank took it back.

An official of First Volunteer Bank said the foreclosure action wiped out any liens on the property.

She said the property will be cleaned up and put on the market.

Several different restaurants have operated at the site.


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