GENESEO – One year after one of Main Street Geneseo’s most damaging fires, and business is as vibrant as ever.
Friday marks the anniversary of the devastating blaze that destroyed Kelly’s Saloon and HoneyGirl Gourmet and caused severe damage to CyclePath Bike Shop and Touch of Grayce.
“It feels really great to be able to smile today about the progress & what is to come – the past year has shown the strong & true power of community, family, perseverance & the raw love for our local bar that really rises above it all,” posted Kelly’s owner, Sarah Dieter, to Facebook. “Kudos to every person involved in the rebuild & to everyone who has taken the time to offer encouragement & support in your own ways.”
Kelly’s is rebuilding at an incredible pace due to the diligence of Sarah Dieter and her father and contractor, Phil Dieter. The structure already has a second floor and plans to open again as soon as possible.
Tune in to live video feed of the Kelly’s rebuild on Kelly’s Cam here.
HoneyGirl is flourishing at its new location at 61 Main Street after a complete interior rebuild by Contract Trade Services.
CyclePath Bikes is as busy as ever, serving customers at the height of its busy season.
Touch of Grayce is back open and serving longtime patrons as one of Main Street’s core businesses.