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Greystone Taps Robert A.M. Stern Architects for Sag Harbor Condos 

Greystone Property Development, a New York City–based real estate development and advisory company, has enlisted Manhattan design firm Robert A.M. Stern Architects as the design architect for its condominium project in Sag Harbor.

Located at 1, 3, and 5 Ferry Road and 2 West Water Street, the planned condos are situated on the last undeveloped waterfront land adjacent to Sag Harbor’s business district. Ryan Serhant of Nest Seekers International, star of Bravo’s Million Dollar Listing New York, has been tapped to exclusively market and sell the residences.

Robert A.M. Stern Architects partners Robert A.M. Stern and Gary Brewer will lead the design effort.

“We have assembled a true powerhouse team for this project to help bring this beautiful boutique condominium to the Hamptons,” said Jeffrey Simpson, the head of Greystone Property Development, which is developing the project in a joint venture with East End Ventures. “We are moving full steam ahead with the project and hope to deliver the residences by early 2018.”

Greystone's proposed Sag Harbor condos. Michael McCann for Robert A.M. Stern Architects.
Greystone’s proposed Sag Harbor condos. Photo credit: Michael McCann for Robert A.M. Stern Architects.

Located at the eastern end of Sag Harbor Cove, the project will offer a total of 11 residences including eight new adjoined houses on the waterfront and a reimagined existing building facing Water Street with three additional residences. All the homes within the approximately 30,000-square-foot project will offer water-facing porches sized for dining and entertaining, roof-deck plunge pools and individual garages.

Situated to favor views of the harbor to the west, the project is conceived as a staggered row of single-family houses varied in expression and linked by lower pavilions to evoke a typical early 19th-century whaling village streetscape. The residences will be clad in clapboard and cedar shakes in the New England shingle style tradition. The existing building currently onsite will be reinterpreted from the inside-out based on the model of a shingle style stable to accommodate three additional residences. Each will have its own entry.

The project also features a gated entry leading to individual driveways, defining front gardens edged with white picket fences echoing the Sag Harbor vernacular. On the north side, a landscaped yard descends to the water, complete with a new dock and 11 boat slips. Land financing for the project was provided by Maxim Capital Group.

Greystone’s portfolio includes luxury condominiums in Manhattan, Brooklyn and Miami.

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