Zak Burkons takes over Mi Pueblo restaurant and real estate

Mi Pueblo RestaurantZachary B. Burkons, founder and president of Rent Due, LLC, has been named by Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court Judge John P. O’Donnell as the court-appointed receiver of the real estate assets and business operations of Mi Pueblo restaurant at W. 122 and Lorain Road in Cleveland.

The case in question is First Federal Savings and Loan Assn. of Lakewood v. JAG Joint Venture et al. Burkons is well respected for his ability to quickly resolve complex real estate receiverships. In this case, however, he has also taken over the business operations in order to maximize the value of the collateral for the creditor and plaintiff, First Federal.

“Our first objective is to make the necessary changes in order to sell Mi Pueblo as a going business,” said Burkons. “We will move forward with the utmost efficiency of the court in order to resolve this case.”

Mi Pueblo is the registered trade name of Taqueria Mexico Tacos, Inc. The business was incorporated in 2005.

“Mi Pueblo is a popular dining spot on the west side,” said Burkons. “It has a loyal following, and I believe it could be an attractive acquisition for the right buyer,” he said.

Burkons has more than ten years experience in property management and receivership and has earned respect and loyalty from lending institutions nationwide, special servicers, law firms and judges. He is known for his professional, no-nonsense, honest and efficient approach to projects.

Rent Due, LLC is located in the Keith Building at 1621 Euclid Avenue in Cleveland.