Designer Cynthia Rowley wants to raze a house in Montauk

April 05, 2017 05:16PM

…And all it would take is “a six-pack of beer and three of my friends,” Rowley representative Richard Hammer told the East Hampton Town Zoning Board of Appeals last Tuesday. But the town planning department is concerned about how the endeavor would affect the wetlands surrounding her small lot at 69 Seaside Avenue, the East Hampton Star reported. Crowley acquired the nearly half-acre lot for $820,000. She also owns the lot across the street at 78 Seaside Avenue, which she bought for $3 million last summer. The public hearing over her request was extended to May 16 as Rowley and her team work out the details for demolition. [EHS]