The Real Deal New York

East End seeing big development plans despite impediments

Developers trying to build in exclusive North and South Fork enclaves face challenges

July 11, 2016 01:08PM
By Richard Murdocco

Rising demand for house and infrastructure is spurring development projects across Long Island's East End.

Rising demand for house and infrastructure is spurring development projects across Long Island’s East End.

From the Hamptons Market Report: While much of Long Island is known for its suburban sprawl closer to New York City, the relatively rural eastern end of the island still has plenty of wide-open spaces. But perceptions are all relative. Just ask any longtime resident who has watched the East End transform from a farming community into a world-class beach resort and see if they feel the area is still bucolic.[more]

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