The two-day online auction of the four-story, stone and red-brick building ran a half-hour longer than scheduled as a bidding war added time to the clock. Yet the final bid came in below the reserve price needed to trigger a sale.
The next step for the 1892 clubhouse at
The club's owner, real estate investor
A representative for Uralli did not return messages for comment.
The building was home to the
Some club members said they were surprised when the Abrahams later sold to Uralli for
The club and Uralli have been in a legal dispute since February over ownership of various antiques that were left in the building.
Both parties met with a court-ordered facilitator Thursday in hopes of settling matters.
The facilitation session ran close to seven hours but ended without an agreement, according to Ryan Hill of the
The parties are to return to court
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