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High-end Hamptons rentals still for the last minute shopper

Newsday – Long Island,NY,USA 

(**Ed note: take this one w a grain of sand**)
Jane Gill of Prudential Douglas Elliman Real Estate says that while the market has been steady this year, in the last week or so, “all of a sudden it’s


The Southampton house that Jack Nicholson rented

Jack may not have built this house, but he rented it a few years back while filming scenes in the Hamptons for the movie “Something’s Gotta Give.” Jack is Jack Nicholson and the house is a 5,800-square-foot, five bedroom,…


All about the 2009 Hampton Designer Showhouse

The 2009 Hampton Designer Showhouse will be held this year at a new home on David’s Lane in Water Mill. The shingled house was constructed by Hamptons-based Farrell Building Company — whose principal, Joe Farrell, just put a Bridgehampton…


Paulson’s Complaint
Newsweek – USA
Paulson began having his doubts about Fuld—and the future of Lehman—as early as October 2007, when Lehman made a big bet on commercial real estate even

Times: Hamptons Just Like Us, Cutely Conserving for “Thrifty” Summer

(**ED note: agreed, this Sunday Styles article had me gagging)

Gawker – New York,NY,USA
For example, they’re still going to The Hamptons this summer, but they’re going to be toning it down. What, you’ve heard this story before? Funny.


Blue Parrot Takes Back Prime Perch In East Hampton Village – Southampton,NY,USA
By Colin M. Graham East Hampton – The restaurant rumor mill has been in overdrive since news that the Blue Parrot would be reopening this summer first hit


MTA Payroll Tax Provokes East End
East Hampton Star – NY, USA
Property owners are likely to shoulder that burden by paying increased real estate taxes. Mayor Greg Ferraris said at a Sag Harbor Village Board meeting on

Assessments will not reflect economic downturn – Southampton,NY,USA
By Brian Bossetta The drastic downturn in the economy and the drop in real estate values have not been reflected in this year’s tax assessments,


Modern Architecture in the Hamptons

Built in 1983, this modern design recently hit the market with a price tag of $4.95 million.

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