Local businessman Ken Hoffer plans to take the former Pure Oil station, as well as a next-door building in downtown Elizabeth City, and convert the two into a wine and sandwich business.

William F. West/The Daily Advance

Local businessman Ken Hoffer plans to take the former Pure Oil station, as well as a next-door building in downtown Elizabeth City, and convert the two into a wine and sandwich business.

Hoffers helping pump downtown revitalization

By William F. West

The Daily Advance

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What started out as a way to save one historic building is quickly becoming a two-person downtown revitalization effort.

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When these plans are

When these plans are completed this will be just the kind of place I want to visit; and I surely will. This is something that our waterfront needs desperately and now it's coming. Welcome.

Good prices make good business

Looks like he made smart business moves as the prices he paid were great. I look forward to see what he can do with the locations.

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