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

New York City-based Greystone has chosen the world-renowned design firm for its boutique residential project in Sag Harbor, Long Island.

By Samantha Goldberg, Associate Editor

Rendering by Michael McCann for Robert A.M. Stern Architects

Rendering by Michael McCann for Robert A.M. Stern Architects

New York—Greystone has announced its selection of distinguished design firm Robert A.M. Stern Architects as the design architect for its boutique residential condominium project in Sag Harbor, Long Island. The planned property will sit on the last undeveloped waterfront land adjacent to Sag Harbor’s Business District, located at 1,3, and 5 Ferry Road and 2 West Water Street in the exclusive Hamptons enclave. Ryan Serhant of Nest Seekers International and star of Bravo TV’s EMMY-nominated “Million Dollar Listing New York” has been selected to exclusively market and sell the residences. RAMSA 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, head of Greystone Property Development, which is developing the project in a joint venture with East End Ventures. He added that the company hopes to complete the project by early 2018.

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

The project is conceived as a staggered row of single-family houses varied in appearance and linked by lower pavilions to evoke a typical early 19th-century whaling village streetscape. The residences will have clapboard and cedar shakes in the New England Shingle Style tradition. The existing building will be renovated from the inside out to accommodate three additional residences, each with its own entry.

The residences will also have a gated entry leading to individual driveways with front gardens edged with white picket fences. On the north side, the residences will have landscaped yards descending to the water, complete with a new dock and 11 boat slips. Land financing for the project was provided by Maxim Capital Group.

Greystone has developed over $1 billion in residential and mixed-use properties nationally, including luxury condominium projects in Manhattan, Brooklyn and Miami.

Images courtesy of Robert A.M. Stern Architects

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