East Hampton Looks To Ease Limits on Accessory Apartments in Hopes of Finding Right Incentives - 27 East

East Hampton Looks To Ease Limits on Accessory Apartments in Hopes of Finding Right Incentives

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East Hampton Town is considering lowering the minimum lot size required for accessory apartments to a half-acre, or perhaps less.

East Hampton Town is considering lowering the minimum lot size required for accessory apartments to a half-acre, or perhaps less.

authorMichael Wright on Oct 5, 2022
East Hampton Town officials are considering reducing the required lot size that would be allowed for an accessory apartment, raising the amount that could be charged in rent, expanding the... more

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