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  • From left: Cody and Zachary Zichinsky and 74 Ericas Lane, Sagaponack

    From left: Cody and Zachary Vichinsky and 74 Ericas Lane, Sagaponack

    Brother brokers and former Corcoran agents Zachary and Cody Vichinsky have struck out on their own with Bespoke Real Estate, the first brokerage to focus exclusively on marketing homes and property in the Hamptons that are priced at or above $10 million. [more]

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  • From left: Tim Davis and Gin Lane, Southampton

    From left: Tim Davis and Gin Lane, Southampton

    A beachfront property on Southampton’s Gin Lane will hit the market for the first time in more than 50 years with an asking price of $50 million.

    The 4-acre parcel is next door to Wooldon Manor, which Scott A. Bommer, founder of hedge fund SAB Capital, bought for $75 million and then almost immediately sold for more than $80 million, the Wall Street Journal reported. Tim Davis of Corcoran Group, who handled the sale for Bommer, will also represent the owner of the property, William G. McKnight, according to the newspaper. [more]

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  • From left: Michael Cohen and 487 Parsonage Lane

    From left: Michael Cohen and 487 Parsonage Lane

    A Trump Organization executive is suing a Manhattan doctor to the tune of $250,000 for renting him an allegedly substandard Hamptons vacation home. [more]

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    From left: Michael and Steven Dubb of the Beechwood Organization and a rendering of Harbor’s Edge in Sag Harbor

    From the August issue: Residential real estate in the Hamptons brings to mind sprawling farmland estates, waterfront mansions, or even quaint bungalows. But a number of developers are now bringing a very Manhattan type of housing to Long Island’s East End: condos and townhouses. [more]

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  • Bill and Hillary Clinton and 44 Broadview

    Bill and Hillary Clinton and 44 Broadview Road

    WEEKENDEDITION

     Bill and Hillary Clinton are the talk of the Hamptons this weekend, as they move into their $100,000 Amagansett August rental.   [more]

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  • Scott Burk, Sean Kelly and Stephen Safina (CPEX)

    Scott Burk, Sean Kelly and Stephen Safina (CPEX)

    It might not be an adage that as many real estate deals are made on the golf course as in the boardrooms, but it should be. Though it was a Monday morning, top industry professionals from all over New York made the trek to the Baiting Hollow Golf Club for The Real Deal‘s fourth annual golf outing. Developers, brokers, lawyers, lenders and marketers had their game faces on, but made sure to make time to talk business between shots. See the full story and slideshow after the jump.

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  • From left: Harbor's Edge in Sag Harbor and Bishop's Pond in Southampton Village

    From left: Harbor’s Edge in Sag Harbor and Bishop’s Pond in Southampton Village

    A new wave of condo development is bringing the price of a home in the Hamptons more down to earth, if ever so slightly. [more]

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  • From left: Susan Lucci and Four Winds

    From left: Susan Lucci and Four Winds

    Soap star Susan Lucci is looking to sell her Southampton estate, dubbed Four Winds, for nearly $20 million. [more]

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  • Billy Joel and 9 Gibson Lane in Sagaponack

    Billy Joel and 9 Gibson Lane in Sagaponack

    After five years on the market, “Piano Man” Billy Joel has finally sold his Hamptons home in Sagaponack. [more]

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  • Fundrise CEO Benjamin Miller and the crowdfunding company's website

    Fundrise CEO Benjamin Miller and the crowdfunding company’s website

    WEEKENDEDITION Everyone can invest in a posh summer getaway now that Washington DC-based real estate crowdfunding site, Fundrise, has broken into the Hamptons market. [more]

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  • Oceanfront homes in the Hamptons

    Oceanfront homes in the Hamptons

    The second quarter of the year saw a modest increase in property deals in the Hamptons and the North Fork, according to Douglas Elliman’s second quarter Hamptons and North Fork sales report.

    “You’re seeing growth,” said Elliman President and CEO Dottie Herman. “Normal, healthy growth. Nothing over the top.” [more]

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  • Oceanfront homes in the Hamptons

    Oceanfront homes in the Hamptons

    The second quarter of the year was a mixed bag for the Hamptons real estate market. Sales activity jumped from a year ago, but total sales volume slumped and the area’s median sales price lifted only slightly.

    While the number of homes sold in all markets jumped 5 percent, total home sales volume fell 12 percent to $782.7 million from $890.1 million, according to a report from Hamptons brokerage Town & Country. [more]

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    Larry Cantwell and Sandy in the Hamptons

    The Hamptons and a stretch of the South Shore on Long Island lack storm protections nearly two years after Hurricane Sandy.

    The state and federal government have yet to review a $750 million Army Corps of Engineers project – known as the Fire Island to Montauk Point Reformulation Study – that would reconstruct dunes and salt marshes. The plan would also allow for houses to be bought out from Montauk to Fire Island. Work is slated to start in September. [more]

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  • East Hampton

    East Hampton

    Some Hamptons home owners are ruffling feathers by renting their properties through websites such as Airbnb and HomeAway, an uncommon practice until recently. [more]

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  • The Water Mill home of the late Jack Nash

    The Water Mill home of the late Jack Nash

    WEEKENDEDITION A Hamptons home that’s belonged to the same family for more than 30 years has just gone on the market. [more]

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  • Barry Rosenstein and his $147 million East Hampton spread

    Barry Rosenstein and his $147 million East Hampton spread

    From the June issue: Top-dollar Hamptons sales and listings are nothing new. But in the past 12 months, properties on Long Island’s bastion of billionaires have commanded especially impressive prices. [more]

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  • From left: Hotelier Ian Schrager, his Southampton home along Meadow Lane, RFR's Aby Rosen and his 3.4-acre spread down the street

    From left: Hotelier Ian Schrager, his Southampton home along Meadow Lane, RFR’s Aby Rosen and his 3.4-acre spread down the street

    Owning a big apartment in New York City is great, but having a mansion in the Hamptons is a privilege only the 1 percent of the 1 percent can enjoy. [more]

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  • Gurney's Inn in Montauk has been upgraded and just reopened as Gurney's Montauk Resort & Seawater Spa

    Gurney’s Inn in Montauk has been upgraded and just reopened as Gurney’s Montauk Resort & Seawater Spa

    From the June issue: The Hamptons summer season is officially underway, and this year’s East End pleasure seekers will soon become acquainted with the new hotspots born during the off season — from upscale apparel pop-up shops to new restaurants to trendy hotels and hangouts. [more]

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  • “Walking Figure” by Donald Baechler

    “Walking Figure” by Donald Baechler

    WEEKENDEDITION Developer Rechler Equity Partners thought it would add a little culture to a roundabout near Westhampton’s Gabreski Airport by adding a 30-foot-tall statue called “Walking Figure.” But locals are outraged by the art. [more]

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  • 186 Crescent Avenue in Water Mill

    186 Crescent Avenue in Water Mill

    WEEKENDEDITION Debt collection mogul Andrew Zaro is poised to bulldoze a historic Water Mill farmhouse, built circa 1750, to make way for a $20 million mansion. But locals are fighting back. [more]

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