The Naples Historical Society has sold a piece of historical property on South Main Street.
The building called “The Tin Shop” has been sold to Hollerhorn Distilling.
The land has green space that has been named “Beth Flory Park.”
Hollerhorn’s main building was mostly destroyed by fire in the spring. Not long after that, rebuilding and restoration efforts began.
“We have always loved the tin shop and have often envisioned fixing it up to make that corner of Main Street shine a little more,” the two groups said in a joint statement. “We would like to reiterate our humble thanks for the incredible support of our entire community during the last four years, and especially in the months following the fire at Hollerhorn. Our hopes are high for Naples in the coming years, and our goal is to add to the vibrant and growing business district in the village moving forward.”
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