It’s cuffing season for La Fondita. Starting last week, the casual Mexican eatery in Amagansett is operating out of its sister restaurant, Coche Comedor, during the off-season, moving right next door to offer its popular take-out menu at the Coche bar, as well as through phone orders.
Having recently earned accredited member status for the eighth year from the National Home Watch Association, an organization formed in order to establish and maintain the highest industry standards for home watch and absentee homeowner services throughout the United States and Canada, C’s Home and Office Management founders Cynthia and Christopher Capalbo reflected last week on what makes their Sag Harbor business a success.
Developer Michael Frank is not building 20 spec houses a year — but at this rate, he certainly could.
Harbor’s Edge, the 15-unit luxury condominium building at 21 West Water Street in Sag Harbor, is nearly sold out, with only three never-sold units remaining.
The Captain David Cartwright House, located at 43 Howard Street in Sag Harbor, is an homage to past, present and future — and after a meticulous renovation, it has officially hit the market.
Balance. Craftsmanship. Performance. These are just some of the words used on the Davinci Haus website to describe the innovative product. Chances are, if you’ve driven through Bridgehampton, you have seen a tiny glass spec house that represents the German brand.
The Adam Miller Group has opened a new office in Sag Harbor.
Cappa Baker Design & Development brought a historic home back to its former grandeur, while still providing all the amenities of a home built today.
Listed for just shy of $3.3 million, the new South-of-the-Highway exclusive with Saunders & Associates is poised to sell quick.
The long-awaited affordable housing lottery for 65 rental units in the Town of Southampton was held Monday at Town Hall, with 268 applications drawn, and each assigned a number.
“Clifton, we cannot read this whole thing,” Dean Gomolka, chairman of the Sag Harbor Historic Preservation and Architectural Review Board, told Clifton Murdock on July 25 as the aggrieved partner with Paris Fields in F&M Star Inc. began reading a statement about the wrongs he believes the pair has faced as the board and its historical consultant, Zachary Studenroth, reviewed their plans to renovate a 19thcentury house at 11 Burke Street.
Though the real estate market took a serious hit during the first half of 2019, Judi Desiderio says the writing is not on the...
Short-term rentals, at least some without village permits, are causing problems for residents of North Haven Manor and Actors Colony Road in North Haven, according to Susan Reed, president of the North Haven Manor Association.
The two partners of F&M Star Inc. who need a “certificate of appropriateness” from the Sag Harbor Historic Preservation and Architectural Review Board (HPARB) to renovate a 19th-century house at 11 Burke Street sparred again with the board at its July 11 meeting. Instead of the quick decision they wanted, their case was tabled once again, this time to July 25.
With its almost austere simplicity, its unusual 12-over-12 sash windows, its peeling gray paint, rotting white trim and weedy growth along its picket fence, the old house just south of the Sag Harbor’s business district at 156 Main Street has stood empty and forlorn for years, its front door padlocked from the outside.