Prominent partner removed from paperwork for Southampton condo project

New York /
Apr.April 03, 2018 10:12 PM

Developer George Benedict was removed from official paperwork when plans for the Village Latch Inn were presented to Southampton Village Zoning Board of Appeals. Benedict and the Beechwood Organization bought the inn for $23 million in 2016. It wasn’t immediately clear why Benedict wasn’t on the paperwork. Developers hope to have the land rezoned to multifamily use, in order to build 23 condominiums on the 5.5 acres. [The Southampton Press]


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