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Former Southampton Village Car Dealership Will Be Turned Into Incubator For Entrepreneurs

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The shuttered car dealership at the corner of Hampton and Flying Point Roads was purchased last week for $4.5 million by a private company

The shuttered car dealership at the corner of Hampton and Flying Point Roads was purchased last week for $4.5 million by a private company

 and will be leased by the Spur. Pictured left to right: Southampton Village Mayor Michael Irving

and will be leased by the Spur. Pictured left to right: Southampton Village Mayor Michael Irving

 Spur Chairman Bruce Bockmann

Spur Chairman Bruce Bockmann

 Spur Founder Ashley Heather

Spur Founder Ashley Heather

 Building Owner Bruce Lewin

Building Owner Bruce Lewin

 Spur President Gary Bierfriend and Frank DeVito

Spur President Gary Bierfriend and Frank DeVito

authorGreg Wehner on May 22, 2018
A former car dealership at the intersection of Hampton and Flying Point roads on the edge of Southampton Village, once considered as the site of a new supermarket, was purchased... more

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