Fans of “Rocket Gibraltar” may recognize one of Town & Country Real Estate’s newest listings in Westhampton Beach.
Next month, Brooklyn Chop House will open its doors in the Financial District, but it’s warming up in Southampton first.
When treating an ailment, sometimes you need to look at the bigger picture. It’s not just the injury that led to the backache or change in season the resulted in a cold, but how a person moves, thinks and lives.
Jay Hamel, the beleaguered owner of Murf’s Tavern, has put the venerable bar at 64 Division Street up for sale at a price of $3.5 million.
The buildings located at 1, 3 and 5 Ferry Road in Sag Harbor will be demolished by developer Jay Bialsky on Monday, August 13, at 10:30 a.m.
Also: The property home to Hamptons Beverage and Goldberg's Bagels in East Hampton is on the market, and Gurney’s Montauk Resort & Seawater Spa has been accepted into Virtuoso’s portfolio of luxury travel partners.
Sag Harbor’s Board of Historic Preservation and Architectural Review on Thursday told developer Jay Bialsky and architect Dave Harvey they would likely face an uphill battle for their proposed town house complex at 2 West Water Street.
Representatives of musician Billy Joel on Thursday presented plans for the renovation of his house at 20 Bay Street that are more in tune with what the Sag Harbor Board of Historic Preservation and Architectural Review usually likes to hear, though one neighbor’s opposition made for a familiar chorus.
The total number of South Fork sales dipped just over 12 percent, as compared to last year’s second quarter numbers — 478 from 545, according to Brown Harris Stevens — and the total dollar volume decreased about 6 percent, to $859.5 million.
The second quarter of 2018 Hamptons home sales was “a bit like a Jackson Pollock painting,” according to Town & Country Real Estate. Of the 12 monitored markets, five saw an increase in the number of home sales, five saw a decrease and two were flat.
Looking forward after the untimely death of notable East Hampton contractor and philanthropist Ben Krupinski, it was announced earlier this month that long-time business associates Stratton Schellinger and Ray Harden will carry on the company name and mission as the new owners of Ben Krupinski Builder.
The founder of Knead and Seed has collaborated with local candlemaker Brittany Torres of Hamptons Handpoured to create a series of customized zodiac candles that celebrate each sign — from grapefruit, ginger Leo and juniper, cedarwood Pisces to cardamom, basil Scorpio and honey, rose Taurus.
These Long Island breweries have capitalized on the moment, a moment wherein the locavore ethos is keenly popular. Still, branding is also an important part the culture of 2018.
A team from Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty recently handled both sides of a transaction that sold the Inn at East Hampton to World Properties LLC for $5 million.
n a former life, the 4,000-square-foot home was the Ditch Plains Coast Guard Station, built in 1930 and decommissioned in 1954. The colonial revival-style building was moved to its current location on Benson Drive in Montauk two years later.