Southampton Village could grow if land for luxury condo is incorporated

TRD New York /
Mar.March 29, 2013 08:30 AM

Southampton Village will get bigger if local officials incorporate part of the land where a new luxury condominium is planned, according to Patch. The Bishops Pond at Southampton Village project will rise at the site of a former sand mine and composting site, part of which lies in an unincorporated area of Southampton Town.  

Members of the Southampton Town Board and Southampton Village Board will hear the public’s thoughts next month about  incorporating the land, east of Magee Street.

Michael Dubb’s Beechwood Organization — in partnership with Steven Dubb and George Benedict — is slated to build 77 villas and townhomes, as well as a tennis court, clubhouse and pool. Benedict is the father-in-law of Southampton Village Mayor Mark Epley.

The Hamptons summer market has already taken off, with brokers predicting another expensive season in the wealthy beachfront enclaves. [Patch] Hiten Samtani


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