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East Hampton Movie Theater Set to Reopen

After more than 14 months of darkened screens and empty seats, the East Hampton movie theater will reopen on Friday, May 21, according to Manhattan Skyline, the company that leases the building to Regal Cinemas. 

May 13, 2021
Recorded Deeds 05.13.21


Glenn Behr to Handy Lane L.L.C., 42 Handy Lane, Dec. 22, $1,570,000.

Annie and James Lansing to Jacqueline Judd, 74 Hampton Lane, Jan. 15, $4,508,000.

Northstar Trust to Town of East Hampton, 41 Arbor Path (vacant), Feb. 2, $2,000,000.

360 Cranberry Hole Road L.L.C. to Daniel Schmitz, 360 Cranberry Hole Road, Feb. 17, $3,985,000.

Jeffrey A. O’Brien to Marie and Michael Pope, 151 Bluff Road, March 19, $2,175,000.



May 12, 2021
Keeping Account 05.06.21

A new cleaning service on the Circle, inns offering books for your bedside reading pleasure, and a new gym store.

May 6, 2021
Covid Relief Coming for Hard-Hit Fishing Industry

It's a drop in the fishing bucket, but New York has begun to distribute $6.7 million in relief aid to the state's seafood, marine commercial, and for-hire fishing industries after excessive business losses due to the Covid-19 pandemic. In the coming weeks, award recipients will receive a letter accompanied by a check, based on reported economic loss experienced in 2020 compared to the previous five years.

May 6, 2021
For Caterers, Reopening Means It's Party Time

The news on Monday of a "major reopening" of New York State came not a moment too soon for the South Fork's caterers and restaurateurs, for whom the pandemic represented an unprecedented disruption of business but who now must move swiftly to book and prepare for summer events while keeping an eye on state guidance that remains fluid.

May 6, 2021
Recorded Deeds 05.06.21

The latest real estate transfers.

May 6, 2021
On the South Fork, Help Wanted; Must Start Immediately

From liquor stores to landscapers, East End businesses are scrambling to staff up for the summer as an increase in job opportunities, beefed-up unemployment benefits, limited seasonal work visas, and the high cost of living are making it hard to find employees. 

May 6, 2021
In Real Estate, First Quarter of 2021 Was One for Record Books

Sales of single-family homes on the South Fork hit a record high in the first three months of the year as a surge in sales lured some who hadn't been planning to sell their houses to "seize the moment."

Apr 28, 2021
Recorded Deeds 04.29.21


James Polsky to Jonathan and Schuyler Levin, 28 Sarah’s Path, Nov. 20, $5,050,000.

Apr 28, 2021
Recorded Deeds 04.22.21

The week's real estate transfers.

Apr 21, 2021
Keeping Account 04.22.21

Home Health Care

Hamptons Inclusive Care, a new home health services company founded by Maka Nikachadze and Giorgi Adamashvili, has opened in Water Mill. The company’s home health professionals work with people with chronic illnesses, cognitive or physical disabilities, and terminal illnesses, as well as with people recovering at home from illness or injury or those who require assistance with everyday activities.

Apr 21, 2021
Brent’s Is on the Market

Brent’s General Store, the popular deli and catering business in Amagansett, is on the market for an undisclosed amount, according to Hal Zwick, a Compass real estate agent, who holds the listing with his colleague Jeffrey Sztorc.

For the past 34 years, the store has been owned by Artie Seekamp and his longtime business partner, David Winthrop. Mr. Seekamp declined to be interviewed about the sale.

Apr 21, 2021