Business

December’s unusually warm weather seems to have yielded sort of a balmy business boon for many South Fork retailers.

AMAGANSETT Happy Life Projects to Holly Way Trust, 7 Holly Way, .54 acre, Nov. 9, $5,470,000. M. Tompkins to A. Kepping, 155 Bluff Road, .14 acre, Nov. 2, $1,507,000.   BRIDGEHAMPTON J. and A. Hart to Cottontail L.L.C., 9 Aelfie’s Way, ....

AMAGANSETT M. Gottfried (by executor) to C. Gautieri, 221 Town Lane, .51 acre, Oct. 2, $475,000. 158 Meeting House Lane to E. Kozina, 158 Meeting House Lane, .9 acre, Sept. 17, $8,900,000. BRIDGEHAMPTON Gottlieb and Rubin Trusts to 861 Old Sag...
Between Main Street and Newtown Lane, more than a dozen businesses had empty storefronts. Such shuttered businesses, when strung together and nestled side-by side, echoed an eerie quiet during an otherwise festive and frenzied time of the year.
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A standing-room-only crowd including many of the South Fork's musicians packed into Crossroads Music at Amagansett Square on Saturday night for a free concert that served as an informal send-off for the store, which will close at year's end.
Three more shopping days until Christmas. The malls are packed. Stores are crowded. Traffic is heavier than usual while last-minute shoppers hit the roads. And, let's face it, more often than not, it's just plain hard to find that perfect...
Beer trucks are unloading again on East Hampton’s Pantigo Place in front of the former Peconic Beverage East, soon to be called Hampton Beverage East.
BRIDGEHAMPTON N. and A. Moszkowski to ML Ocean Road L.L.C., 914 Ocean Road, 2.1 acres, Oct. 6, $9,000,000. Town of Southampton to Village of Sagaponack, part of Sagg Pond (vacant), Oct. 28, $80,000.   EAST HAMPTON K. Hoff to A. and J. Sibony,...
The space at 171 Main Street in Amagansett that for many years housed LaCarrubba’s clothing store and was most recently occupied by Flowers by Beth is being divided.
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The East Hampton J. Crew store, which was displaced after a fire in the back of its building in April, will reopen its doors on Main Street Wednesday.