Business

A motel in East Hampton that once served as a de facto affordable housing complex is being transformed into a boutique hotel that is charging up to $907 for one night’s stay.
From cobalt blue to red to deep pewter, the colorful shoes passers-by will see in the window of Sabah, a small shopfront on Main Street in Amagansett next to Tack Trunk, are back this summer, still as a pop-up enterprise, but one that will be there...
Local Business Notes
The prices below have been calculated from the county transfer tax. Unless otherwise noted, the parcels contain structures. Data provided by Suffolk Research Service of Southampton.
The Spur, a recently opened co-working and entrepreneurial space in Southampton, is a sort of a microenvironment that for a monthly fee offers an attractive work-life balance to a cohort of ambitious remote workers suffering from cabin fever.
It doesn’t have to be that bedside Bible you drag out of the drawer in your hotel room in an effort to fall asleep.
The prices below have been calculated from the county transfer tax. Unless otherwise noted, the parcels contain structures. Data provided by Suffolk Research Service of Southampton.
The owners of Gurney’s Montauk Resort and Seawater Spa have purchased the Montauk Yacht Club Resort and Marina and plan to spend approximately $13 million to upgrade the property, which they will rename Gurney’s Montauk Yacht Club and Resort.
The prices below have been calculated from the county transfer tax. Unless otherwise noted, the parcels contain structures. Data provided by Suffolk Research Service of Southampton.
The prices below have been calculated from the county transfer tax. Unless otherwise noted, the parcels contain structures. Data provided by Suffolk Research Service of Southampton.
Local Business Notes
The real estate industry began 2018 on a cautiously optimistic note. “We didn’t have a wildly robust first quarter, but we’re heading in the right direction,” said Aspasia Comnas, the executive diretor at Brown Harris Stevens of the Hamptons.
The impending arrival of new luxury retailers, a reshuffling of existing shops, renovations, and a few vacant storefronts have left East Hampton Village’s business district in flux as the summer season approaches.