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When Jessica von Hagn first visited 431 Main Street in Sag Harbor, she was taken aback. For a traditional village home, its proportions were unexpected — to say the least, she said.
Elevators are being installed in all seven freestanding townhouses that were built on Church and Sage streets five years ago as part of Cape Advisor’s redevelopment of the former Bulova Watchcase Factory, since rebranded as “Watchcase,” a luxury condominium development.
Now a fixture at the Southampton office, Emily King came to real estate with design experience in East End luxury building and a keen eye for detail and staging, helping sell the Hamptons lifestyle to clients.
Chester A. Arthur served as the 21st president of the United States from 1881 until 1885 — and, apparently, he summered in Sag Harbor.
Blaze Makoid Architecture’s South Harbor project in North Haven recently won the People’s Choice Award at the American Institute of Architects Peconic Chapter’s 2018 Daniel J. Rowen Memorial Design Awards, held on Saturday, December 1.
Revenues for the Peconic Bay Community Preservation Fund are up 3 percent for the first 10 months of 2018 over first 10 months of 2017, New York State Assemblyman Fred W. Thiele Jr. reported on Tuesday.
As chair of the East Hampton House and Garden Tour, Joseph Aversano is always on the lookout for hidden gems nestled in the East End’s nooks and crannies.
The jaw-dropping transformation of the cedar-shake traditional included a top-to-bottom renovation that landed it on the Sag Harbor market, listed for $2.5 million with Douglas Elliman Real Estate.
Residential and commercial properties across various styles and price points come and go and real estate agents see a revolving inventory as part of their everyday lives.
Sen Restaurant proprietors Tora Matsuoka, Jesse Matsuoka and Jeff Resnick during a celebration of the restaurant's 25th anniversary on Thursday night.
Gary Sapiane confirmed that he has been part of discussions with Sandra Foschi, a Sag Harbor resident and owner of Health SOS (offices based in Babylon). The sale has been reported as $3.9 million.
With the fate of Sag Harbor’s proposed John Steinbeck Waterfront Park on many minds, the Sag Harbor Board of Zoning Appeals voted unanimously to grant all nine variances developer Jay Bialsky has been seeking to build a three-unit condominium at 2 West Water Street where a former motel-turned-residence now stands.
A major renovation and restoration effort at 6 Union Street has breathed new life into the c. 1740-1750 house, which at one point was considered for demolition.
“Temple Brown” was imagined as a haven among the trees — a secret enclave where an energetic couple and their friends could enjoy nature, drink wine and recharge.