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Naples Bath and Tennis Club condo damaged by fire won't be torn down

Construction worker John Marion, with Abash Enterprises, removes fire-damaged materials from a multi-family residential structure at 1840 to 1860 Bald Eagle Drive in the Naples Bath and Tennis Club neighborhood on Friday, June 22, 2012, in Naples. Residents of the building were displaced May 12 when it was gutted by fire and now workers are rehabilitating the structure.

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Construction worker John Marion, with Abash Enterprises, removes fire-damaged materials from a multi-family residential structure at 1840 to 1860 Bald Eagle Drive in the Naples Bath and Tennis Club neighborhood on Friday, June 22, 2012, in Naples. Residents of the building were displaced May 12 when it was gutted by fire and now workers are rehabilitating the structure.

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  • Construction worker Johnnie Dennis, with Abash Enterprises, removes fire-damaged materials from a multi-family residential structure at 1840 to 1860 Bald Eagle Drive in the Naples Bath and Tennis Club neighborhood on Friday, June 22, 2012, in Naples. Residents of the building were displaced May 12 when it was gutted by fire and now workers are rehabilitating the structure.
  • Signs indicate rehabilitation work in progress at a multi-family residential structure at 1840 to 1860 Bald Eagle Drive in the Naples Bath and Tennis Club neighborhood on Friday, June 22, 2012, in Naples. Residents of the building were displaced May 12 when it was gutted by fire and now workers are rehabilitating the structure.
  • Construction worker John Marion, with Abash Enterprises, removes fire-damaged materials from a multi-family residential structure at 1840 to 1860 Bald Eagle Drive in the Naples Bath and Tennis Club neighborhood on Friday, June 22, 2012, in Naples. Residents of the building were displaced May 12 when it was gutted by fire and now workers are rehabilitating the structure.
  • Construction workers remove fire-damaged materials from a multi-family residential structure at 1840 to 1860 Bald Eagle Drive in the Naples Bath and Tennis Club neighborhood on Friday, June 22, 2012, in Naples. Residents of the building were displaced May 12 when it was gutted by fire and now workers are rehabilitating the structure.
  • Construction worker Johnnie Dennis, with Abash Enterprises, removes fire-damaged materials from a multi-family residential structure at 1840 to 1860 Bald Eagle Drive in the Naples Bath and Tennis Club neighborhood on Friday, June 22, 2012, in Naples. Residents of the building were displaced May 12 when it was gutted by fire and now workers are rehabilitating the structure.
  • Construction workers remove fire-damaged materials from a multi-family residential structure at 1840 to 1860 Bald Eagle Drive in the Naples Bath and Tennis Club neighborhood on Friday, June 22, 2012, in Naples. Residents of the building were displaced May 12 when it was gutted by fire and now workers are rehabilitating the structure.
  • Construction worker John Marion, with Abash Enterprises, removes fire-damaged materials from a multi-family residential structure at 1840 to 1860 Bald Eagle Drive in the Naples Bath and Tennis Club neighborhood on Friday, June 22, 2012, in Naples. Residents of the building were displaced May 12 when it was gutted by fire and now workers are rehabilitating the structure.
  • Rehabilitation work continues at a multi-family residential structure at 1840 to 1860 Bald Eagle Drive in the Naples Bath and Tennis Club neighborhood on Friday, June 22, 2012, in Naples. Residents of the building were displaced May 12 when it was gutted by fire and now workers are rehabilitating the structure.

It's more than a month after fire destroyed the top floor of the nine-unit Naples Bath and Tennis Club condo building in the 1800 block of Bald Eagle Drive. Demolition crews are a daily presence, tearing melted and scorched parts out of the three-story structure, which has been uninhabitable since May 12. But the whole building isn't coming down, according to condo owners and a general contractor hired to clean up the property.

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