Historic Village Latch Inn revived — temporarily — as the new Latch Pop-Up Inn

TRD New York /
May.May 24, 2017 04:59 PM

The halfway-modernized Village Latch Inn will be partially open come Memorial Day, more than a year after the Beechwood Organization, a Long Island-based developer, acquired the five-acre site for $23 million. Twenty of its 65 rooms have been refurbished, according to 27East. The long game for Beechwood is to build a condo complex on the property at 101 Hill Street in Southampton. But while it awaits permission to rezone from town officials, the Latch Pop-Up Inn will feature one- and two-bed guest rooms ranging from $125 to $650 per night, depending on the day. [27E]


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