A local investment firm has purchased the building housing the Beacon Hill Pub for $5,543,500 million, according to records on file with the Suffolk County Registry of Deeds.
Besides the property at 147-149 Charles St., the Greater Boston Bar Co. also bought the buildings housing two other bars, Mary Ann’s on Beacon Street in Cleveland Circle and the Tam on Tremont Street in the Theater District for $1.51 million and $1.6 million, respectively. Another iconic Boston bar, Sullivan’s Tap at 168 Canal St., has also recently changed hands.
“We’re honored to be the new proprietors of the Beacon Hill Pub, Mary Ann’s, the Tam and Sullivan’s Tap,” said Michael W. Ford, an attorney representing the bars. “We look forward to operating these bars for many years to come.”
The investment group includes Fred Starikov and Steve Whalen, owners of the Brookline real estate firm City Realty, as well as attorney Julius Sokol, who also serves as CEO of the proposed East Boston-based medical marijuana company New England Patient Network; restaurateur William Gateman; and Dana Rosenblatt, senior loan officer and a retired, left-handed professional boxer.