Spanish luxury porcelain firm Lladró recently announced the appointment of brand marketing and sales expert Sandra Jordan as the company’s new CEO of the Americas — and one of her first initiatives was securing its first-ever summer pop-up shop in Southampton.
The historic house at 6 Union Street in Sag Harbor, known as the Morpurgo house after its most recent inhabitants, is officially back on the real estate market.
When artist Eric Fischl walked into the former Sag Harbor United Methodist Church building on Madison Street earlier this year, he was captivated.
In the boating-saturated culture of the Hamptons, waterfront properties with deepwater docks are prime real estate, and in high demand.
The East End hotspot and social hub of Westhampton Beach, The Beach Bakery Grand Café— located in the heart of Main Street — is on the market.
Built in the mid-1700s, the Conklin House is one of the most important historic homes on the East End
New to the real estate profession, Wendy Miller has joined Town & Country as its newest salesperson.
Southampton Town has struck a deal with Sagaponack developer Jay Bialsky to buy a portion of the West Water Street property long slated for condominiums and instead preserve it for development as the John Steinbeck Waterfront Park.
For the remainder of 2018, real estate broker Michael Daly will be donating 10-percent of his net proceeds to local non-profits.
Mitch Winston’s plans to renovate a house at 5 Jefferson Street moved another step toward approval from the Sag Harbor Board of Historic Preservation and Architectural Review on Thursday.
Samantha Yanks was recently named chief marketing officer at Douglas Elliman Real Estate, the third-largest residential real estate brokerage company in the United States.
Waterfront acreage on West Water Street and Ferry Road in Sag Harbor, long envisioned as the home of luxury condominiums and the John Steinbeck Waterfront Park, has been sold by Greystone Development.
There was just something about architect Charles Gwathmey — one of the “New York Five” and the man who famously renovated the Guggenheim Museum in Manhattan.
Jonathan Davis has a family name well known in real estate circles — but he doesn’t let it define him.
The signs appeared early last winter offering a “Sag Harbor Assemblage” of three contiguous properties running from Main Street down Washington Street and over to Division Street.