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The prices below have been calculated from the county transfer tax. Unless otherwise noted, the parcels contain structures.
Jackie Pape
As daunting as it may seem to book a last-minute stay on the East End, one smartphone app is making it both possible and more affordable.
Bryley Williams
The grounds of the historic Mulford Farm on Main Street in East Hampton Village will be jammed with antiques and art from 50 dealers — and with shoppers hoping to find objects they just cannot do without — starting July 21 at the 11th annual East Hampton Antiques Show sponsored by the East Hampton Historical Society.
Carissa Katz
The East Hampton Village branch of People's United Bank, which had been slated to close in September, will remain open, the bank announced this week.
Star Staff
Kirna Zabete, a women’s fashion boutique in East Hampton, is busy getting ready for exclusive in-store happenings.
Star Staff
The prices below have been calculated from the county transfer tax. Unless otherwise noted, the parcels contain structures.
Christopher Walsh
Eighty-three years after opening as the Jungle Inn, a Fort Pond Boulevard watering hole in Springs is once again a restaurant, a place to hear live music, and a community hub.
Star Staff
This summer's second issue of EAST, The Star's seasonal magazine, takes you down back roads and around unexpected bends to uncover the secrets and back stories of what might easily be mistaken for fully mapped East End territory.
Christopher Walsh
A jewelry sale that was to be held Friday at Grey Gardens, the West End Road residence made famous by its connection to Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis and a 1975 documentary about its inhabitants, has raised questions about the use of private houses for commercial ventures.
Jackie Pape
Today is the day that Uber, Lyft, and other “transportation network companies” can begin operating legally on the South Fork, as the result of a law approved in Albany earlier this month.
Mark Segal
If the architect Lee Skolnick has a signature style, it’s not how his buildings look. it’s the way he works with clients.
Judy D’Mello
The late Francis Fleetwood was on Forbes magazine’s 2001 list of leading architects, which called him “the architect for the A-list in the Hamptons.” He believed the shingle style was the truly indigenous architecture of the United States. Among the 200 shingled, sprawling houses he designed, one on Georgica Pond had 14 bathrooms within its 25,000 square feet. But he also renovated a tiny, felicitously situated, 500-square foot, artist’s studio for a friend.
Photos by Durell Godfrey
The late Francis Fleetwood was on Forbes magazine’s 2001 list of leading architects, which called him “the architect for the A-list in the Hamptons.” He believed the shingle style was the truly indigenous architecture of the United States. Among the 200 shingled, sprawling houses he designed, one on Georgica Pond had 14 bathrooms within its 25,000 square feet. But he also renovated a tiny, felicitously situated, 500-square foot, artist’s studio for a friend.
Isabel Carmichael
Fireplace Farm, where Paul Hamilton grows produce and flowers and keeps bees and chickens, is a rural place right near Gardiner’s Bay, with hardly any houses to be seen.
Jackie Pape
Multimillion-dollar houses, lush gardens, and crystal-clear pools are ubiquitous in much of the Hamptons, and a new magazine promises to showcase some of the architects and interior, landscape, and pool designers who create them. The magazine is called End and it will present East End Design Awards in 12 categories. Submissions are due by Friday, July 7.