The Real Deal Hamptons

0 Comment

The Real Deal s Hamptons Market Report is live! Special issues examines the hot-and-cold rental market, Airbnb on the East End and more

It’s summertime, so, as the song goes, living is easy in the Hamptons. Yet the East End’s real estate scene is fa阿拉爱上海同城

r more complex than the popular vision of it as a rarefied sandy playground for the rich and famous.

The South Fork — with its ocean上海千花网论坛

front mansions emulating Jay Gatsby’s — is comprised of affluent villages and unincorporated hamlets that exist side-by-side within Southampton and East Hampton. By way of contrast, an area in the western portion of Southampton called Riverside has some gritty residential stock where living isn’t quite so easy.

In the second issue of our Hamptons supplement, we explore the challenges facing new high-density developments that are addressing critical needs — such as providing commercial and industrial space, or housing for year-round residents — yet are bumping up against infrastructure issues and local opposition to new buildings in their Hamptons backyards.

Summer rentals were sluggish in the spring, and some highly-motivated landlord上海同城对对碰交友社区

s still have million-dollar seasonal rentals on the market. A potential culprit may be the growing popularity of home-sharing websites like Airbnb, and East Hampton passed a new rental registry law to try to limit their impact.

Trophy properties sold for record-shattering prices in their communities. Yet the home market softened in early 2016 — at 上海龙凤论坛sh1f

least relative to the blowout market in 2015 — with experts blaming stock market volatility. However, competition is heating up for the top-performing agents, which has even led to accusations of poaching.

On the design front, we spoke with world-renowned architect and longtime East Hampton resident Richard Meier. And we sat down with Michael and Steven Dubb of Beechwood, who are bringing luxury condos to the East End.

Finally, faster than you can say “Montauk party scene,” 新爱上海同城对对碰论坛

many of the East End’s trendiest nightlife spots will have changed identities. Read our nightlife roundup of who’s opening, closing and leasing new bars and restaurants.

Enjoy the issue! – TRD

Click here to read the digital issue.

Tags: airbnb, Hamptons, richard meier
We are having some technical difficulties. Try again later.

By clicking Subscribe you agree to our Privacy Policy.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *