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Glenwood Bar, Last of Colm Treacy's Mini-Empire, Listed For Sale

By Benjamin Woodard | October 15, 2014 11:02am | Updated on October 17, 2014 9:38am
 Colm Treacy has slowly sold off his Rogers Park bar empire.
Colm Treacy has slowly sold off his Rogers Park bar empire.
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ROGERS PARK — The final vestige of Colm Treacy's North Side bar mini-empire — the Glenwood Bar — is up for sale.

Jameson Commercial has listed the business, including its tavern liquor license, for $599,000, according to a listing distributed Wednesday.

Treacy could not immediately be reached for comment.

One by one over the last few years, Treacy's bars have closed or were sold, including T's and Sofo in Uptown, Sidecar (now Rogers Park Social) and MorseL (now Bullhead Cantina).

The Glenwood appears to have been open for business this week, according to an online promotion for a  Monday trivia event.

In April 2013, long-time manager and part-owner Renee Labrana left the Glenwood following a dispute with Treacy, leading some once-regulars to boycott the bar. Labrana soon after opened bar and restaurant R Public House in Jarvis Square.

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