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  • Katherine Rayner, the face of squatting.

    Katherine Rayner, the face of squatting.

    From Luxury Listings NYC: All the most important news in everyone’s favorite weekend destination. [more]

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  • hamptons chart

    (credit: Douglas Elliman and Miller Samuel)

    As tourist season in the Hamptons was heating up last quarter, the market was slowing down, with the number of sales dropping and the median sales price declining to $849,000, compared to $908,500 during the same period last year, the latest market report by Douglas Elliman shows. [more]

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    What a place.

    From Luxury Listings NYC: All the most important news in everyone’s favorite weekend destination. [more] 

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  • East End celebrity moves

    July 17, 2015 10:00AM
    From left: Bethenny Frankel’s 346 Lumber Lane and LuAnne de Lesseps’ Bridgehampton house

    From left: Bethenny Frankel’s 346 Lumber Lane and LuAnne de Lesseps’ Bridgehampton house

    From the July issue: The Hamptons real estate market heated up over the past year with a listing of one of the most expensive properties ever to come to market in the wealthy, star-studded enclave, touting a price tag of $140 million (in 2014, a Hamptons mansion sold for a record-setting $147 million). [more]

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  • Stewart Rahr and Burnt Point in Easthampton

    Stewart Rahr and Burnt Point in East Hampton

    Billionaire Stewart Rahr is putting his Hamptons estate on the market for an eye-popping $95 million. [more]

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  • East Hampton

    East Hampton

    Villages in the Hamptons are talking about curtailing the construction of new mega mansions. [more]

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    From the July issue: Celebrity doctors. Notorious lawyers. Philanthropists. Hedge funders. And, of course, real estate players. They are all among the East End homeowners looking to rent their Hamptons properties for astronomically high prices this year. [more]

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  • novogratz-townhouse

    Like summer, the new issue of Luxury Listings NYC proves well worth the wait, with its focus on families, fun and incredible finds in our own backyard!

    Raising kids in style in Manhattan is no mean feat. That’s why we turned to husband-and-wife design team and HGTV stars, Rob and Cortney Novogratz. Our cover story takes you inside the colorful, playful home the duo shares with their seven (!) kids – a blueprint for fabulous family living in NYC. And in “Kidding Around,” we explore how Manhattan designers create children’s rooms that are stylish and super fun.

    “Hamptons Trophies,” features a rundown of the most expensive homes in the Hamptons and on the North Fork. And, there’s more dazzle on tap in “Hidden Gems,” as we take you on a visit to the country’s largest diamond factory – in Midtown Manhattan!

    An issue of LLNYC wouldn’t be complete without “Luxe Life.” This month’s must-haves include cool outdoor items for the hot summer months. And, check out the latest party photos from the biggest NYC awards and galas in “Scene/Seen.”

    The July/August issue will be out the week of July 6. Enjoy! — LLNYC

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    Beyond its beautiful beaches, bays, and lagoons, there’s another type of eye candy that’s native to the Hamptons: gorgeous, hidden real estate. Tucked at the end of snaking driveways, with huge shrubs blocking any chance of a roadside view, some of the East End’s most breathtaking homes are rarely seen — at least, until now. [more]

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  • A helicopter arriving in the Hamptons and judge Joanna Seybert

    A helicopter arriving in the Hamptons and judge Joanna Seybert

    Manhattanites headed for the Hamptons can breathe a sigh of relief: A judge has temporarily blocked severe helicopter restrictions. [more]

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    The Novogratz family

    Hot on the heels of The Real Deal’s report about a Novogratz-designed townhouse hitting the market for $15.5 million, the chic design duo are the subject of the July/August cover story in Luxury Listings NYC. Also in this issue is “Kidding Around,” which explores how Manhattan interior designers create children’s rooms with wit and style. [more]

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  • Hamptons_Web_Post-1

    The Real Deal is launching the Hamptons Market Report, a 40-plus page supplement to the July issue of TRD.

    The Hamptons Market Report covers the property scene on the East End, with in-depth reporting on the residential and commercial markets on both Forks. The magazine will include profiles of the Hamptons’ biggest developers, a ranking of top agents in the area, the “Brooklynification” of Greenport, a roundup of the local celebrity real estate scene and much more.

    Subscribe to The Real Deal to receive your free copy of the Hamptons Market Report, which will be poly-bagged with the July issue of TRD.

    For editorial inquiries, email news@therealdeal.com. Email Junaid Zahid at junaid@therealdeal.com to learn more about marketing opportunities. — TRD

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    From Luxury Listings NYC: The weekend is almost over, but before you head back from your waterfront getaway, check out our round up of the top stories to hit the Hamptons this week. [more]

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  • The Hamptons’ top brokerages

    June 05, 2015 10:30AM
    (Cover art: Chris Manfre)

    (Cover art: Chris Manfre)

    From the June issue: Memorial Day Weekend marked the official opening bell for the Hamptons season. And while most of those flooding into the East End were thinking about which beaches and restaurants to hit, residential brokers were more focused on capturing business. [more]

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    The Real Deal is delighted to announce the inaugural issue of the Hamptons Market Report, a supplement to the July issue of TRD.

    The Hamptons Market Report picks up where The Real Deal leaves off, with in-depth coverage of the residential and commercial scene on the East End. [more]

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  • Hamptons rental

    A $1.6 million rental in East Hampton (credit: Corcoran Group)

    The market for summer rentals in the Hamptons has rebounded this year, with properties asking just shy of $2 million only two years after many struggled to break the $1 million barrier. [more]

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  • 232 Millstone Road in Bridgehampton, listed for $3 million

    232 Millstone Road in Bridgehampton, listed for $3 million

    Hamptons homes priced between $1 million and $5 million saw the greatest uptick in activity, according to the latest market report by Douglas Elliman. [more]

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  • From left: Baron's Cove Inn and the Capri Hotel

    From left: Baron’s Cove Inn and the Capri Hotel

    The Hamptons will provide New Yorkers with a familiar taste this summer.  [more]

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    9 Ocean Lane in Amagansett

    A small but architecturally significant home at 9 Ocean Lane in Amagansett is pushing to find a buyer before the summer. [more]

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  • Jonah Hill

    Jonah Hill

    Jonah Hill drops price of Soho pad to $3.5 million. Landmarks to consider the Long Island City clock tower for designation. Hamptons residents indignant over helicopter trips. Read these stories and more after the jump.

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