11th and Florida Ave, NW
“Imar Hutchins, owner of Florida Avenue Grill, sued his New York-based financier on Monday, alleging “predatory lending” and “deceptive practices,” and will ask a D.C. Superior Court judge this week to issue a temporary restraining order to stop a foreclosure auction of the oldest, continuously operating soul food restaurant in America.”
You can read the full story here.
Another reader notes: “Doesn’t this read almost exactly the same as the NYT article?”
In August 2009 the New York Times reported:
“In his briefcase, Imar Hutchins carries a certified check for $25,000. It is a crazy amount to walk around with, but for the last nine months, a series of banks have refused to take the money, even though Mr. Hutchins owes it toward a mortgage on a small apartment building in Harlem.”
You can read that full story here.
Updates on all fronts as the story develops.
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