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The Greyhound Keeping Original 1920s Pieces for Build

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[Photos: Matthew Kang]

As partners Matt Glassman, Ryan Julio, and James Bygrave pull back years of plaster and dry wall at The Greyhound, they're discovering hidden gems, which date back to the 1920s, along the way. Formerly a factory, then a Chinese restaurant, and most recently a pupuseria, the Highland Park bar and eatery, which will debut in the next few months, is in the thick of construction. Dark brick walls were revealed beneath all the junk on the walls, giving the place an industrial, old-timey feel with authenticity.

After passing rough inspections, the trio is working furiously inside to put in the finishes. The stucco ceiling is getting a black paint-over, while the original white tile flooring remains in place.
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