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64,000 Square Feet Not Enough–Rennert Wants More Space

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The Rennert property in Sagaponack. BY PRESS FILE

The Rennert property in Sagaponack. BY PRESS FILE

author on May 21, 2013
Ira Rennert, whose Sagaponack compound is among the largest private residences in the nation and spurred more restrictive building codes, is now looking to expand. Representatives of Mr. Rennert have... more

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