At Kara Westerman’s memoir-writing workshop at the East Hampton Library in June there was a woman working on the life story of her sister, a famous film star; a published novelist recapturing memories of her childhood as an Army...
MindBody the Best
For the second time, MindBody, an international tech company serving the health, beauty, and fitness industries with offices at Red Horse Plaza in East Hampton, is among “The 100 Best Places to Work...
SWC SPV I L.L.C. to Rodrigo Carpentry Company, 411 Town Lane, 3 acres (vacant), Dec. 8, $1,040,000.
Kensington Realty Development to Hamptons Real Estate, 25 Handy Lane, .65 acre, June 11, $340,000.
J. and A. Magliocco to Amahand...
We may be suffering from Montauk fatigue, what with the hamlet featuring prominently in the news from club goings-on to parking mayhem, but it behooves us to note that real estate there is undergoing as much a resurgence as the hamlet’s motels and eating establishments
G. and A. Lupo to Gone Further L.L.C., 256 Town Lane, .97 acre, June 14, $830,000.
L. and R. Cohen to 2 Mitchell Dunes Lane, 2 Mitchell Dunes Lane, 1.45 acres (vacant), June 12, $1,162,500.
A. Pellikaan (by...
P. and M. Oliver to J. Kline, 249 Bluff Road, .41 acre, May 31, $2,075,000.
I. and S. Lundberg to M. Leydier, 83 Cliff Road, .44 acre, June 5, $1,870,000.
J. and S. Schatz to JMCAI L.L.C., 97 Central Avenue, .29 acre, June 6, $2,012,...
Kelly Wearstler, an interior and fashion designer, will have a trunk show on Saturday at 4 p.m. at MONC XIII on Madison Street in Sag Harbor, with cocktails and a book signing from 6 to 9 p.m.
MONC XIII is a high-end...
S. Silverstein to N. Patel and H. Talib, 17 Fair Hills Lane, .92 acre, May 24, $3,150,000.
R. Reid Jr. to I. and D. Friedrich, 619 Lumber Lane, .92 acre, May 24, $3,300,000.
R. Mahler to Hampton Court Partners, 11 Hampton Court, .53...
A loan shark used to be the go-to guy when you needed quick, easy money and were willing to pay through the nose in interest. These days “hard money loans” don’t carry such a stigma: The term “private equity consultant” sounds better than “loan shark.”
While most South Fork retailers spent the weekend before Independence Day gearing up for the busiest few days of the year, Craig Wright was doing that and more, as he moved his Innersleeve Records and its inventory to a new space on Long Wharf in Sag Harbor