It was last asking $2.295M After listing for sale in July and going into contract in November, the iconic Witch’s Hat in Water Mill has sold to fashion entrepreneur Pamela Bell, reports Mansion Global . Originally asking $2,295,000 under Compass Real Estate agent Ginger Thoerner, the house closed for $1.8 million. Douglas Elliman agent Brian Hagadorn brought the buyer.
We’re guessing the house will be torn down, though The shingled oceanfront fixer-upper at 644 Old Montauk Highway in Montauk has been on the market since May, at which time it was asking $8.3 million. By August, the 0.89-acre property was pending a sale, and it recently sold for a lower $7.85 million. PropertyShark records indicate that in 2015, the property sold for $7,945,000—which means the seller sold the house at a loss
Buses will replace trains from downtown Long Beach to Willowbrook Attention, Long Beach commuters: The southern half of the Blue Line will shut down for about four months beginning at the end of January. The Source reports today that Metro will halt rail service between downtown Long Beach and the Willowbrook station from January 26 until “late” May.
Featured in Architectural Digest, the sophisticated four-bedroom sits on a knoll in Little Holmby Sure to win a spot on many a “House Goals” Pinterest board is the just-listed residence of digital media maven Katherine Power and her editorial photographer husband, Justin Coit.
Don’t hit the road on Thursday afternoon Driving to visit family and friends this Christmas? You’ll have a lot of company on the road— especially if you’re planning to head out of town Thursday afternoon. AAA and transportation analysis firm Inrix predict the absolute worst of holiday traffic in Los Angeles will rear its head from 2:30 to 3:30 p.m.
Meet all of New York City’s newest landmarks While 2018 wasn’t quite the banner year for historic preservation like 2017—NYC got three rare, new interior landmarks last year—several beloved structures finally got the recognition (and protection) they deserve. Those include the Riegelmann Boardwalk along the Coney Island waterfront, and 550 Madison Avenue, Philip Johnson’s 37-story Postmdodern icon
The second-highest sale in the area Actress and Saturday Night Live alum Kristen Wiig listed her smartly updated midcentury modern home In Silver Lake just about two months ago, and it’s already sold for over the asking price—nearly setting a record for the area— Variety reports. The property, which sits on a hillside near the Silver Lake Reservoir, fetched $5.225 million
Cuomo’s ambitious 20-point plan includes a $150 billion infrastructure plan and investments in affordable housing In the first 100 days of his third term, Governor Andrew Cuomo is planning to push for the legalization of recreation marijuana, launch a $150 billion infrastructure plan, pass his congestion pricing plan , reform rent regulations to end vacancy decontrol and repeal preferential rent , among many other things in his ambitious 20-point agenda. Cuomo’s push to legalize and tax the use of recreational marijuana has already garnered support from city and state officials and is expected to pass in Albany. The tax revenue from doing so could generate as much as $40 billion over the next ten years for subway repairs, though some folks are in favor of using the money to invest in black and Latino neighborhoods, reports the New York Times
The library at Concourse House provides a homey space for women and children transitioning out of homelessness Thoughtful spaces can delight, inspire, and provoke feelings of comfort; Michael K. Chen Architect’s new children’s library for the Bronx’s Concourse House aims to do all three.
The home needs work but there’s plenty of potential In Brooklyn’s Clinton Hill neighborhood, a historic carriage house, on a landmarked block, has hit the market for $3.4 million . The three-level home, located at 314 Waverly Avenue, could use a modern makeover, but there’s plenty to work with