Southampton buys Lobster Inn site for $8.45M

TRD New York /
Jul.July 30, 2018 12:40 PM

Two years after the site of Lobster Inn hit the market for $11.5 million, the town of Southampton laid down $8.45 million for the restaurant and marina. The town made the purchase through the Community Preservation Fund and Inlet Road Operations Corp, an affiliate of the Manna Ocean Foundation, Curbed reported. Town officials hope to preserve half the property as a public space and working marina, while allowing Inlet Road Operations Corp. to run an aquaculture farm and restaurant on the other half. David Donohue and Joe Peraino of Douglas Elliman handled the listing. [Curbed]


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