According to the posted work permits, workers are converting the former Central Bar space to "office occupancy" ...
The Central Bar, the bi-level sports bar-lounge, closed this past March after nearly 20 years in business. In a letter to patrons, the bar owners noted: "Our landlord has sold the building, and the new owners will not be keeping us as tenants."
The building changed hands for $3.35 million. No word on what might be happening to 109's 13 residential units.
It seems to be a rarity for a bar/restaurant — or any previously licensed address — to be converted into an office or other business (though it does happen).