Southampton pauses plan to buy Hampton Bays motel and convert it into condos

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Oct.October 29, 2018 01:15 PM

The Southampton Town Board tabled a proposal to buy and raze the problem-plagued Bel-Aire Cove Motel in Hampton Bays motel in order to turn it into a condo development, Newsday reported. The board is expected to vote on the proposal in November. Town Supervisor Jay Schneiderman put the plan forward in August, to sell the land to a developer and using any profits to finance similar proposals in the future. The owners of the motel property have said they’re willing to sell to Southampton Town for $1,060,000. The deal would be handled by the town’s Community Development Agency. [Newsday]


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