Historic Downtown Wytheville is getting some renovations that includes a new place to shop. Smith Enterprises principals Bill and Farron Smith are searching for a antique and gift store operator to set up shop in this historic district. For more information about real estate opportunities, visit www.smithenterprisesinc.com
Here is the press release from Smith Enterprises.
Bill and Farron Smith, the principals of Smith Enterprises and co-founders of the Edith Bolling Wilson Birthplace Foundation and Museum, want to help bring shopping back to Historic Downtown Wytheville.
“We are searching for an antique/gift store operator to help attract local shoppers and tourists back to downtown” Smith said in a statement.
We have a great opportunity for an operator to join an established shopping destination to provide a special shopping experience. (Special incentives may be available to qualified antique store operators, Smith mentioned).
With the business community’s commitment and local government encouragement, our downtown provides the same features that new retail centers offer; an easily accessible, attractive, and diverse downtown with a welcoming atmosphere. We have invested in our downtown for over 30 years and are committed to the success of our downtown.
Smith’s most recent downtown Main Street project is renovating the former 1927 Hotel George Wythe to its original use as a full service hotel, after being utilized as a bank for more than 40 years.
For information about this and other real estate opportunities contact Smith Enterprises at 276.228.5985 or www.smithenterprisesinc.com.