In the boating-saturated culture of the Hamptons, waterfront properties with deepwater docks are prime real estate, and in high demand.
Shirley Ruch, the owner of South Fork Bakery, is not only familiar with confronting challenges, but is also comfortable with overcoming them.
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
“Siren” is the first exclusive local launch service that allows guests to circumnavigate the summer traffic while taking in the salty sea air and soaking up the sun, all with a glass of rosé in hand.
New to the real estate profession, Wendy Miller has joined Town & Country as its newest salesperson.
The Beacon in Sag Harbor was founded on decades of experience, friendship, and the idea of putting good food on the table.
Unlike THC — the cannabinoid with the legendary power of producing euphoric sensations — cannabidiol, or CBD, is inert. But because it adopts some of marijuana’s pain-killing properties, it is the perfect candidate for, say, a delicious tea or latte.
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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.
Business briefs for the week of May 24, 2018, from Daniel Gale Sotheby's International Realty, Harbor Bistro and George’s Lighthouse Café.
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.
Ashley Fresa has risen through the ranks to account executive at WordHampton Public Relations since joining in 2015.
Keyes Art is saying “Hello!” — literally and figuratively, as it prepares for an opening reception for an exhibit by the same name at its new East Hampton location at 53 The Circle.