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Keeping Account: 09.19.19

Wed, 09/18/2019 - 12:51

The Shed Takes Down Shingle

The Shed, a women’s co-working space on the Bridgehampton-Sag Harbor Turnpike, will be closing on Oct. 1, its founders announced on social media last week. The business had originally opened last year as a weekly pop-up at Estia’s Little Kitchen.

“All along, we were testing to see whether an all-women’s co-working space was a viable business model. The answer (we’ve sadly come to discover) is yes and no,” said the founders Sarah Cohen, Liza Tremblay, and Amanda Milner-Fairbanks. The women said they are being “pulled in different professional directions,” but may sporadically revive the Shed with future pop-up events. “Over the past 12 months, it has been such a pleasure serving you and helping to better connect our wonderful community of women,” they said.


Aboff’s Buys on Pantigo

The building at 100 Pantigo Place, which is home to Goldberg’s Famous Bagels, has been purchased by Aboff’s Paints, Dawn Watson of Douglas Elliman announced on Monday. The 10,856-square-foot building had been listed for $4.35 million, and represented by Justin Agnello, Hara Kang, and James Keogh.

Goldberg’s has a month-to-month lease and will be staying, said Ms. Watson. The building was long home to a beverage store, but its other storefronts have been empty for some time.

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