Business

AMAGANSETT S. Ray and J. Crasky to 51 Miankoma L.L.C., 51 Miankoma Lane, .58 acre, Aug. 2, $1,700,000. EAST HAMPTON R. and J. Powell to S. amd M. Stein, 10 Addie Conklin Lane, .5 acre, Aug. 19, $1,236,000. E. Petrie to The Three P Corp., 5...
AMAGANSETT G. Elliott to Hispaniola Trust, 9 Shipwreck Drive, March 18, $2,200,000. V. DeMai (by executor) to T. Kenniff and E. Record, 7 Schellinger Road, .49 acre, Aug. 12, $590,000. J. Edwards II et al. to Lanes Contracting Ltd., 86 Meeting...
    If you picture the Hamptons Organic Beauty Bus as a spa on wheels, you would be almost right. Conceived and operated by Karen Clement, a former model born in Grenada, the idea for the enterprise is to deliver beauty services...
   Annette Azan-Baker, a fashion industry veteran who lives in Sag Harbor and North Carolina, has embarked on a new career, and is blazing through such uncharted territory that she hasn’t found a name yet for the service she performs...
BRIDGEHAMPTON Rutschmann and Goddard to M. Chudaitov, 55 Merchants Path, 1.11 acres, July 23, $1,550,000. EAST HAMPTON R. Ahn to K. Johnson, 9 Settlement Court, 1.08 acres (vacant), Aug. 07, $750,000. J. Grossman to S. Casper, 5 Tillinghast...
    Ted Delano, who calls himself a “digital cartographer,” has founded an online guide to the Hamptons — both as a Web site and an app — that he claims, surprisingly, has not been done anywhere else. According...
AMAGANSETT B. Krupinski to Kidd Construction and Farrell, 8 Old Station Place, .56 acre (vacant), July 24, $1,750,000. J. Reiring to F. Petzel, 43 Beach Avenue, .3 acre, May 19, $1,445,000. BRIDGEHAMPTON Sawgrass Properties to B. Centner and D...
Bancorp to Acquire FNBNY     Bridge Bancorp, the parent company of Bridgehampton National Bank, will acquire FNBNY Bancorp and its subsidiary, the First National Bank of New York. The transaction is expected to close in the first...
On Friday a horde of bargain hunters descended upon an 11,000-square-foot mansion on Hedges Lane in Sagaponack. This wasn’t your average estate sale, but rather a “demolition sale,” an upscale free-for-all in which pretty much everything that wasn’t nailed down had to go.