The Real Deal New York

Hamptons, without houses: East End developers turn to condos

Projects like Harbor’s Edge in Sag Harbor and Bishop’s Pond in Southampton are getting snatched up fast

August 14, 2014 10:30AM
By Janna Herron

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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]