East End Real Estate and Yachting Collaborate for the First Time
Development partners Continental Ventures and Pinewood Development announced today that Barn & Vine, a collection of 37 luxury homes in Bridgehampton, will enter a partnership with yacht charter company Tait Yachts, providing residents with access to yachts to rent, VIP parties and priority booking at a discounted rate.
“Enjoying time on the water is an essential part of the Hamptons lifestyle and we’re pleased to bring this offering to the Barn & Vine community as an extension of our concierge services through Chaloners at Barn & Vine,” Jane Gol, president of Continental Ventures and Continental Pinewood, said in a press release. “Our homeowners can experience yachting in nearby Sag Harbor with the same ease as personal shopping, party planning, landscaping and a host of other customized personal services.”
Expedited booking and reservations for the yacht service will be accessible through Barn & Vine’s concierge service, Chaloners of The Hamptons, and residents will have access to Tait Yacht’s schedule of VIP events and a 10 percent discount for all yacht charters.
“This is the first time a residential developer has partnered with a Hamptons yacht company, and we are pleased this innovation will allow Barn & Vine residents to enjoy their experience with us through a seamless, on-demand concierge model,” Bruce Tait, CEO of Tait Yachts, said in press release.
For more information, visit barnandvinehomes.com.
Special Needs Artists Show Work At Lenz Winery
Family Residences and Essential Enterprises strives to help individuals of all abilities realize their full potential — including artistically.
Over the course of seven months, participants in the Fine Art and Art Therapy programs found their voices and tapped into a “mystical, hidden language of images and symbols” to create the body of work now on view in “Disruption” at the Lenz Winery, located at 38355 New York State Route 25 in Peconic.
“More than simply interfering with a pattern that was already in existence, ‘Disruption’ challenged our artists to create a pattern, then disrupt it and transform the old pattern into a brand new one,” according to a press release. “It looks different, feels different and is different. To be able to embrace this new pattern, old thinking and memories had to shift. What was old had to be let go of as our artists immersed themselves into the flowing river of creativity, where healing resides and has the power to rejuvenate and transform life.”
The show is comprised of a wide range of depictions of the natural frequencies of life — from an internal neurological pathway to a winding path through the forest — creating patterns on paper that display each artist’s personal reflection of their own connection to the world and their pathway to creativity.
Art therapy provides a powerful way for the artists to communicate, the press release explains, especially when they have difficultly expressing their thoughts and feelings through spoken words alone.
“While the artwork is beautiful to look at, it is important to recognize the depth of emotional release, intellectual learning and work skills development that took place over months of work with all our dedicated staff,” according to a press release. “It was their patience and unerring commitment to ‘stay the course’ and believe that our artists could reach high to not only ‘see their healing image,’ but also commit it to permanent form for all to share in their vision.”
The exhibit will remain on view through September 4, at the winery, which is open daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. For more information, visit familyres.org.
Riders of the Hamptons, A Best-Kept Secret
The bottom line for Summer 2018 is this: “Be active, learn a new skill, push your limits,” according to Mari Linnman, owner of Riders of the Hamptons. “Try water sports, marine and animal biology, and explore of our beautiful East End with The Riders of the Hamptons as your guide. This summer, truly enjoy our waterways, our ocean and sea life. The Riders of the Hamptons will take you there.”
The sole female-owned charter water-sports company on the Peconic is based in a philosophy of holistic lifestyle for balance, with a focus on teaching and adventure for children and adults alike.
“To spend a day on the water with your friends and family is one of the most healing, health happy feelings. The health benefits from sun and salt water along with the feeling of joy and accomplishment once you conquer your fear or perfect a challenge — wake-boarding, water skiing, tubing and, lately, the very popular wake surfing.” Linnman said in a press release. “I always say incorporate your own passion into your work, do what you love and pay it forward. We know the best beaches, with the best waters, at the best times of the day. And we are up for any challenge you’ve got.”
For more information, please call (631) 537-1634 or visit theartfarmhamptons.org/riders-watersports.html.
Sotheby’s Teams with Davinci Haus USA
John A. Healey, associate broker at Sotheby’s International Realty, is now representing Davinci Haus USA — green-living, luxury homes that offer high ratings in modern building technology and efficiency.
“Built with the world’s best performing panelized walls, a Davinci Haus is built from a 250-year post and beam tradition of German engineered building combined with a local master craftsmanship,” according to a press release.
For more information, stop by the Design Studio, located at 2272 Montauk Highway in Bridgehamton, or visit davinci-haus.com.
Tim Stoneman Brings a Dose of Healing to Baker House 1650
The Baker House 1650 will offer services by hypnotherapist and energy healer Tim Stoneman through Monday, July 9, at the East Hampton inn, located at 181 Main Street.
Choose from a selection of services, ranging from hypnotherapy for stress reduction, sleep and happiness to Reiki, emotional pain release, and past life regression.
Each service costs $200 per hour. To book a treatment, call (631) 324-4081 or email info@bakerhouse1650.
New BNB Website Goes Live
Bridgehampton National Bank just got a makeover — virtually, that is.
The local bank recently launched its website redesign, featuring a more interactive interface with regional customization and an adjustable template depending on the device.
“As your community bank, we believe it is our responsibility to continue to review, refine and improve our service to you,” according to a press release. “Our new website is an example of that commitment.”
For more information, visit bnbbank.com.