We missed this report from Friday's editions of Newsday:
Dan Rattiner, an East End fixture for decades as publisher of Dan's Papers — a free paper whose quirkly blend of personality and local coverage has led some to call it the Bible of the Hamptons — will lose his remaining stake in Dan's Read More
It’s the celebration of the death of Chelsea,” said James Cruickshank, co-owner of the Anchor—a bar hiding in wait on an isolated wedge of Soho. It was a little after 11 p.m. last Thursday, and the 23-year-old entrepreneur had just entered the bar, near the intersection of Spring and Greenwich streets, with his friend and Read More
After a 17-year stay, journalist Michael Gross has fled Greenwich Village, selling his parlor-floor apartment at 69 Washington Place. According to city records, hip-hop D.J. Mark Ronson paid $1.8 million for the six-room place.
Mr. Gross wrote last October’s 740 Park, a lip-smacking 562-page biography of the Upper East Side’s supreme co-op.
“I was infected Read More
To bravely counter the new Corcoran/ NRT/ Allan M. Schnieder monster, Michael Daly and his wife Barbara are opening a RE/MAX Beach Properties on Southampton’s Country Road.
Update: We wrote that Mr. Daly sells $1.2 million a year in the Hamptons. Instead, that number refers to the region’s average sales price. Pardon us. Read More
It was Saturday, May 6, a weirdly warm 85 degrees, and Noah Tepperberg, 24, and Jason Strauss, 26, the co-owners of the one-year-old Southampton nightclub Conscience Point, were trying to decide how to mark the entrance to the six-bedroom house on Noyack Street they’d bought for $640,000 five days earlier.
“Maybe a sculpture?” asked Mr. Read More
A very large abode (Amiaga)
What does the Meadowcraft Estate have going for it? It was designed by Wilson Eyre in 1904, for starters; it stretches over seven Southampton acres; it’s on Quantuck Bay (“in the legendary yachting community of Quiogue”); its lighting was designed by Louis Comfort Tiffany; and its architecture Read More
Today, the New York Post follows up on the story of a $48 million Southampton mansion, that broke yesterday on The Real Estate.
The 10.5 acre property–known as “Old Trees”–may not have had open houses already, but plenty of celebrities recently passed through.
Last weekend at “Old Trees,” [Owner Donald] Read More
Out on the East End, where many New Yorkers dream of being right about now, there is a high-priced mansion soon hitting the luxury market.
In Southampton, telecommunications mogul Donald Burns is preparing to list his massive house on Lake Agawam for $48 million, according to a source with knowledge of the listing. Read More
The New York Post reports today that Maggie Gyllenhaal, and her fiancee Peter Sarsgaard have been checking out a $2.7 million Tribeca condo. At this time, the contract has not been signed. But considering that the attractive couple just announced they were getting married earlier this month, and that Ms. Gyllenhaal Read More