Long after it effectively passed out of existence and after three years of developer Michael Lundy trying to get title, a group of remaining members of the North Side Improvement League decided to try and sell the property and use the funds to set up a scholarship fund. If that doesn't succeed, the property would pass to developer Brian Murray who holds the tax sale certificate, which can be redeemed in June.
Murky finances and no easy way to convey title attracted Mr. Lundy who also tried to acquire the Eagles Club property with a similar promise to build members a new clubhouse. That deal never happened either.
However, since Mr. Lundy recently offered a $375K cash deal recently, there is probably the expectation someone else would do the same and whatever is done would require approval of the AG.
My guess is the tax sale goes through as to halt it, someone would have to risk paying the $30K in taxes for an uncertain result.
Faced with a similar deadline some years back, a civic minded citizen paid the taxes and was never repaid.