Village Latch Inn project gets go-ahead from Southampton officials

TRD New York /
Jul.July 31, 2018 03:00 PM

Southampton’s Zoning Board of Appeals approved modified plans for the 19-unit condominium complex on the Village Latch Inn’s property, 27East reported. Board members Rob DeVinney, Dan Guzewicz and James Zuhusky voted to give the owner, the Beachwood Organization, zoning relief needed to build the condo units on the 5.5-acre property. Beachwood also got a new certificate of occupancy, changing it from hotel use to nonconforming condominium use. Originally, plans called for the Village Latch Inn to be mostly preserved as they were converted to condo units, with the 19 other units built behind, for a total of 24 condos. Plans were scaled back after input from neighbors, with plans now calling for 19 units and a pool and clubhouse located towards the back of the property. Board members felt the development would benefit the village, that the changes weren’t as intrusive and that it all could bring new customers to the village’s business district. [27east]


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