List price for former location of beloved East Hampton bagelry reduced to $4.5M

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Feb.February 13, 2019 10:21 AM

A 10,856-square-foot commercial property in East Hampton that hit the market last summer seeking nearly $6 million has sliced down its asking price. The three-unit building at 100 Pantigo Place, whose tenants include Goldberg’s Famous Bagels, a well-known shop for those craving calories on the East End, is now seeking $4.5 million, as noted in a mid-January update to its listing price. The property can hold up to three businesses in its distinct units, or combine all three into one larger space. One prior tenant, Hampton Beverage East, closed its doors last year after three years in business, reportedly “due to owner disagreements,” 27east noted at the time. Goldberg’s, however, has been on a month-to-month lease as it awaits another busy Hamptons summer. Douglas Elliman’s Justin Agnello, Hara Kang and James Keogh have the listing.


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