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New proposal for Greystone’s Sag Harbor condo project includes a waterfront park

September 28, 2016 05:45PM

Rendering of condos at 11 West

Rendering of condos at 11 West

Sar Harbor All hands seem to be on deck for Sag Harbor’s plans to build a park south of the North Haven Bridge. The desired site of the park is owned by Manhattan-based Greystone Development, which is planning a 11-condo complex on the adjacent West Water Street property. Greystone was initially reluctant to sell the village the land in question, but in its latest meeting with the Sag Harbor planning board, its design firm Robert A.M. Stern Architects unveiled drawings that depict the park, East Hampton Star reported. RAMSA’s Gary Brewer told the board that the condo buildings would complement the prospective park. Although size and details of the park remain uncertain, the sale is well into negotiations. [EHS]