153 Main Street, East Hampton, NY 11937
The Otis Road lot will also now require resident or nonresident parking permits
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
It was mentioned that the chimney bricks will be reused, the home will be put back in its original place on the property, and the original wainscoting will be kept for reuse.
Built in 1975, the home was designed by Robert A.M. Stern and features six bedrooms and six bathrooms in 7,500 square feet of living space.
Plans were originally presented to East Hampton Town in 2011 when Rowley purchased the home in foreclosure. However, there are some environmental concerns with the plans.
Which can only mean that summer is on its way