A massive upgrade of Fire Island Pine's commercial district is being promised by its new owners.

Fire Island is a nearly exclusively gay male community located on the barrier island south of Long Island. It remains nearly isolated, reachable only by ferry.

Once considered a gay oasis for New York men who flocked to its pristine beaches looking for romance and frolic, the island has fallen out of fashion in recent times.

The deal worth $17 million includes the famed Pavilion nightclub complex, the Blue Whale and Bay Bar restaurants, the Hotel Ciel, a grocery store, a gym and a clothing store, as well as numerous retail spaces and residential properties – nearly thee-quarters of the commercial properties in Fire Island.

The three men behind the deal say they'll revamp the strip and give residents the “high level of services and amenities” they demand.

The buyers, who collectively make up FIP Ventures, consist of Matthew Blesso, 26, president of Blesso Properties, an investor and developer of innovative high-end real estate in New York and abroad; Andrew Kirtzman, 48, a journalist and owner of The Madison Fire Island Pines, a high-end bed and breakfast that commands as much as $900 a night, and Seth Weissman, 26, a managing partner of Weissman Equities, a Manhattan-based real estate investment firm.

The properties were not for sale until the team approached the previous owners.

“This no-bid deal provided a rare opportunity to acquire a highly profitable set of properties at a below-market price,” said Weissman. “We weren't surprised when appraisers valued the properties significantly higher than our purchase price.”

The three owners are planning major upgrades to the properties, including a complete renovation of the hotel this fall.

“The Hotel Ciel is the most visible property when people arrive in the community on the ferry,” Blesso said. “Our aim is to transform it with a spectacular new design, so it serves as a welcoming beacon to residents and visitors.”