Former city Denecker car dealership sold

VERGENNES — The partnership of Kennedy Brothers Marketplace building co-owner Bob Feuerstein and real estate broker and developer Scott Hardy has purchased the former Denecker Chevrolet property at 14 North Main St., Vergennes. The partners, doing business as Rockfire14 LLC, on Jan. 29 paid $300,000 for the 6,768-square-foot building that includes office, showroom, and former shop/garage space on 1.8 acres. It is assessed for tax purposes at $396,000. The property was the county’s original Denecker Chevrole … (read more)

Burlington dealer buys Denecker site

FERRISBURGH — South Burlington’s Heritage Automotive Group Inc. has purchased the former Denecker Chevrolet dealership at the junction of Route 7 and Monkton Road, but according to a company executive the company does not plan to sell cars at the 2.2-acre … (read more)

New York group wraps up purchase of Denecker Chevrolet

MIDDLEBURY — Mackey Auto Group of Saratoga Springs, N.Y., has closed on its purchase of Middlebury car and truck dealership Denecker Chevrolet. The business, which as Denecker Chevrolet called itself Vermont’s largest franchised Chevrolet dealership, will … (read more)

Denecker Chevrolet sold to NY auto dealership

MIDDLEBURY — At the end of March or in early April, Denecker Chevrolet on Route 7 in Middlebury will have a new name — Middlebury Chevrolet — and new owners, the father-and-son team of Chris and Christopher Mackey, who operate Ford and Subaru dealerships … (read more)