Bay Street Theater buys Sag Harbor shops for new home

Tri-State /
Oct.October 30, 2020 03:05 PM
22 Long Island Avenue (Douglas Elliman)

22 Long Island Avenue (Douglas Elliman)

Bay Street Theater has confirmed it purchased the 15,000-square-foot Water Street Shops property on Long Island Avenue in Sag Harbor, according to the East Hampton Press.

The property hit the market in July for $13.9 million, but the purchase price is not known. It has eight retail units.

Bay Street Theater officials said they to break ground on a new facility there by mid-2021. It would include “multiple theaters… [and] additional fixed and flexible spaces.”

Bay Street Theater has rented property at Long Wharf since 1991. [East Hampton Press] — Dennis Lynch


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