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Aug 12, 2019 3:29 PMPublication: The East Hampton Press & The Southampton Press

Bialsky Unveils Prices For West Water Street Condos

A rendering of the completed West Water Street condos. COURTESY BESPOKE MARKETING
Aug 12, 2019 3:38 PM

The cost to purchase a condominium at developer Jay Bialsky’s 2 West Water Street, a three-unit condo project on 0.75-acre in Sag Harbor that will reserve one unit for Mr. Bialsky’s personal residence, has been revealed: either $21.95 million or $19.95 million.

The condos, on the site where the 1-800-LAWYERS building once stood, will be the tallest buildings in Sag Harbor, adjacent to the new 1.25-acre John Steinbeck Waterfront Park on land that Mr. Bialsky sold to the Southampton Town Community Preservation Fund for $10.5 million.

Mr. Bialsky worked with project architect Andre Kikoski and landscape architect Edward Hollander on 2 West Water Street. Each condo will offer two boat slips, underground garage space for four to six cars, jewel-box glass rooms with western-facing bay views and a brick facade. The brick was chosen to reflect Sag Harbor’s industrial past.

The three buildings combined are slightly under 22,000 square feet.

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WAY over my price range!
By Aeshtron (431), Southampton on Aug 13, 19 3:43 PM
Welcome to Miami. Cue the Don Johnson music.
By Harbor Master (114), Sag Harbor on Aug 13, 19 7:37 PM
RIP............. Sag Harbor
By Sturgis (611), Southampton on Aug 14, 19 2:31 PM
Look at that industrial brick WATERFRONT WALL, shown in photo #2 in the Photo Gallery.

What? !!!!

Did all the local boards approve this blatant slap-in-the-face to our harbor views?

Rome is burning!

Fiddle Fiddle Fiddle !!!
By Nero (301), Sag Harbor on Aug 14, 19 3:10 PM
I'm not sure how you havent noticed that the current structure at this site prevents you from seeing the water - not much of change other than wood block your view to brick.
By adlkjd923ilifmac.aladfksdurwp (747), southampton on Aug 14, 19 3:50 PM
maybe the buildings are ok, scale, however, overwhelms the site.

for certain, the bulkhead should never have been approved. look at the arc of the sandy beach to the east and west; the bulkhead imposes itself into the bay, enabling the construction of 6 private docks.

the village capitulated to the developer on all accounts, including the payola for the park.

funky precedent.
By waterman (4), new york on Aug 22, 19 5:42 PM