Things are heating up in the Hamptons–especially the bulldozer engines.
The Post‘s Jennifer Gould Keill has a quartet of East End news today. For starters, Lloyd Blankfein is looking to invest. The Goldman chief already has a brilliant spread at 15 Central Park West and a $41 million bonanza he bought but Read More
The trial of former Suffolk County legislator George Guldi went to the jury today, and a verdict is expected sometime this week, according to the Hampton Bays Patch. Guldi has been charged with absconding with an $853,000 insurance check, which he received after fire destroyed his historic Westhampton Beach home in 2008. Though Read More
Last Monday, in a windowless courtroom in Riverhead, L.I., George Guldi approached a wood lectern and delivered a lesson in aesthetics. A former Suffolk County legislator, Mr. Guldi is currently defending himself against charges that he stole an $853,000 insurance check, following a fire at his home. But what color was the check? he wanted Read More
New York, you have a problem, but the rest of the country is here to help.
Minnesota’s Hazelden Addiction Treatment Center is already working on a new rehab center in Tribeca, and now The Journal reports that California clinic Passages, which holds retreats in Malibu and Ventura, is thinking of opening a branch Read More
In the foyer of the American Hotel in Sag Harbor, Christie Brinkley raised a flute of pink Champagne to toast Steven Gaines upon the completion of the final broadcast of his weekly radio show Sunday Brunch Live With Steven Gaines. For the past seven years, from Memorial Day to Labor Day, Mr. Gaines has hosted Read More
The prince most often associated with polo is Harry, but at last night’s private screening of Secretariat in Wainscott, the prince getting all the polo players’ attention was Rare Prince, a handsome chestnut steed and a great-grandson of the triple-crown winner whose story the soon-to-be released Disney film chronicles. The kind-eyed horse, a former racehorse Read More
Matthieu Pigasse, the Paris-based Lazard honcho who recently purchased the right-leaning Le Monde newspaper (incidentally The Post described the French newspaper as “left-leaning,” which is pretty much like calling Fox News a socialist news source), is being hounded for $165,000 rent for a Hamptons rental he stayed in for two nights Read More
Some things don’t change. If the Manhattan housing market is shifting and the Brooklyn brownstone market is sputtering, North Fork and the Hamptons seem to be on a fast track to recovery.
The Prudential Douglas Elliman second-quarter report, which went public this morning, shows a dramatic increase in sales. The quarter clocked Read More
World Cup 2010
On the afternoon of Saturday, June 11, the central village of East Hampton was packed with two types: those who were shopping because it was too cold and overcast for the beach, and those who came to one of the casual eateries to watch the highly anticipated United States vs. U.K. soccer match at the Read More
The Montauk Highway, better known as 27, is the inching one lane artery delivering sweltering Manhattanites to their East End Xanadus. For those more prescient, less patient or more able of pocket, the faster commute option is the 40 minute helicopter ride from lower Manhattan to the Hampton of choice.
The swiftest, most fuel Read More