estate developer expresses interest in Delafield Hotel
Applies for liquor license
Michalets - Freeman Staff
DELAFIELD ó A Beloit-based real
estate developer recently submitted a liquor license application
for the Delafield Hotel, which filed for receivership in
February. Also, 616 Hospitality Group, LLC that owns the luxury
hotel and owes Ixonia Bank around $4.4 million filed to have its
liquor license renewed.
City Clerk Gina Gresch said no liquor licenses can be issued
until the $113,000 the Delafield Hotel owes in taxes are paid in
Hendricks Commercial Properties submitted its new liquor license
application before the cityís deadline of today. All liquor
licenses in the city expire June 30. Gresch said a liquor
license can be approved even if a business owes back taxes, but
canít be issued.
A message was left Thursday for Rob Gerbitz, president and CEO
of Hendricks Management, but was not returned. He oversees and
directs all business operations, initiatives and strategic
planning for the company, according to its website.
Gresch said Thursday she was not worried about the Delafield
Hotel management paying for the back taxes because there have
been past years when it owed money for taxes and paid in time to
have its liquor license renewed.