Hamptons Development News
The traffic light change hasn’t been approved by the Department of Transportation quite yet, but if it does go into effect, it will likely be a blinking light from 6 a.m. to 9 a.m. through the month of July, which is the Hamptons’s rush hour.
The East Hampton Town Board voted to revoke a license agreement with BLADE, a popular helicopter service that transports people to and from the East End
An Empire State Economic Development grant was awarded for $1.4 million
They are hoping to have at least some of the homes available for move-in by this time next year.
It would be the first historic district in Southampton Town outside of an incorporated village.
Last year, a condo in the Hamptons would be on the market for about five months, whereas last quarter, the average length of time on the market was just three months.
Southampton, East Hampton, Shelter Island, and Brookhaven Towns have all been approved to equally share a $500,000 sum of money used to repair local roads.
Since 2000, the station has been on the National Register of Historic Places. When it first opened, it was part of the Brooklyn and Montauk Railroad.
The store is currently located at the former Rogers Memorial Library—which is the first time that the building has been used for retail purposes.
The condominium complex was originally approved in 2006 and first had plans of building off County Road 39 and Tuckahoe Lane back in April of 2009.
Construction is planned to start in the fall, as the Architectural Review Board has to approve the plans before issuing a building permit.
The 124-residence community—developed by Kenilworth Equities and Rimland Development—is located on 46 acres in Cutchogue, all represented by Sheri Winter Clarry of Corcoran Group Real Estate.
Tuckahoe Road runs through the Shinnecock Hills Golf Club. Michael Bloomberg isn’t too happy about it, so he’s called Southampton Town officials.
The private road has been owned by the Padula family for over 50 years. Residents are concerned for how their livelihoods could change with new ownership of the private road.
This is the first time the location will be used as a retail store
Since mid-November, the historic Sagaponack Bridge has been closed to the public due to repairs.
Summer visitors don’t always have a way to get around. A proposed bus loop for Montauk would be a step in the right direction in making the Hamptons more public-transportation friendly.
The affordable housing condos planned for Accabonac Road are 10 years in the making. It’s looking like the construction could finally begin soon.
After almost 10 years since the plans were first introduced, East Hampton might finally get an affordable housing unit.
The house has been boarded up for years
Amagansett is home to big names like Scarlet Johansson and Alec Baldwin—and now also home to a bit of a scandal. Developer Peter Cardel built a custom mansion at 84 Meeting House Lane that is higher than the East Hampton’s building code allows.
The zoning isn’t right and the timing is bad
The cost for these changes have not been pinned down just yet. In order to develop the long-term capital plan, State Legislators are expected to seek funding for a study. The estimated start date for the new bus service is early 2018.
The type of architect desired by Hampton Bays residents is apparently a "small-town" feel, according to 1,200 survey respondents. Other features hoped for include large sidewalks for pedestrians and a vibrant color scheme.
With 43.5 acres, one would think there would be more than enough space to go around, but for the co-owners of 451 Daniels Lane that’s not true. An argument over the use of the oceanfront parcel is expected to go before the State Supreme Court.
44 Three Mile Harbor Road in East Hampton, the perennial restaurant/club spot, is for sale at an asking price of $3.5M. The space has been home to numerous restaurants/clubs over the years.
New renderings of the planned waterfront condo project show a far-scaled back project. The site plan also includes the planned Steinbeck Park.
It wouldn’t be the Hamptons if someone were not protesting some kind of development. Wainscott neighbors of the planned new bowling alley and mini-golf are suing the town.
Southampton Town has offered Beach Plum Meadows LLC $14 million to purchase 11 acres on Moses Lane in Southampton Village. Currently, there are plans to build a senior housing project, called Beach Plum Meadows, on the site.
30 acres of agricultural land just north of the public parking lot in Amagansett may be turned into houses.
Two Trees Farm was subdivided a year ago. Take a look at the completed homes by Farrell Building.
We recently told you about the Hamptons housing crisis. No, no, we’re not quite sure how to solve it. Sorry! But, we do have an update to this news story, and let’s just say that nobody is backing down.
Carol Konner is no longer interested in pursuing the Bridgehampton Gateway project and will instead develop the 13 acres she owns under its current highway business zoning.
The proposed Southampton PDD moratorium excludes the Gateway at Bridgehampton; Bridgehampton Action Now (BAN) says a moratorium should maintain the status quo.
Despite Sag Harbor Village announcing plans for a park on the land, Greystone Development "remain deeply committed" to One Ferry Road condo project.
The plan included 90,000 square feet of retail and residential space, which would be reduced to 85,000 square feet. The residential apartments would be scaled back to 20 affordable units and four market rate units.