Gold Ting Restaurant Corporation
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Gold Ting Restaurant Corporation was a Manhattan eatery business which became insolvent during the Great Depression. The company operated the Heights Palace Restaurant located at 560 West 181st Street .
In May 1930, the firm suffered a capital reduction, reducing its capital equity from $150,000 to $40,000.
Bankruptcy proceedings against the Gold Ting Restaurant Corporation began in January 1932. Petitions filed against it included $652 from John Randles, Inc., $263 from Charles H. Nolte, Inc., and $1,574 from the Orient Beef Products Corporation.
A receiver was appointed for the restaurant company on January 8, 1932.