New owners save Art Deco-style former Southampton car dealership from wrecking ball

TRD TRI-STATE /
Oct.October 04, 2019 01:39 PM

The Art Deco-style car dealership in Southampton. (Credit: LoopNet)

The new owners of a now-shuttered car dealership in Southampton plan to preserve the Art Deco-style building and seek a new tenant.

David and Simone Levinson shelled out $2.25 million for the former B&M Automotive building on Pond Lane in September, for it, 27east reported. The former owners had secured a demolition permit in a bid to make the property more desirable.

Instead, the new owners said they will “give the building a facelift” and will renovate the interior to attract a new  tenant by spring, according to the report. 

Southampton Mayor Jesse Warren told the outlet he was “very excited” about the preservation plans. [27east]


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