Houses of Sagaponac to get underground gallery connecting homes

A Keenen/Riley-designed house in the development

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The Houses of Sagaponac, the 70-acre, 32-home East End development with a purposefully misspelled name, has had plenty of high-profile names attached to it, as The Real Deal reported, from 20th Century Fox’s former honcho Harry “Coco” Brown, who launched development, to Keenen/Riley and David Adjaye, two famed architects whose names have been attached to the project. But, as Curbed reports, the development is turning heads again — this time with a hidden, underground gallery. The $4.2 million space, which will connect all 32 houses, once complete, is being designed by another buzz-worthy architect, Steven Holl. But the gallery, which will be lit by skylight, is still in its planing stages, insiders say. [Curbed]