Town And Property Owner Settle Dispute Over Duryea's Development Potential In Montauk - 27 East

Town And Property Owner Settle Dispute Over Duryea’s Development Potential In Montauk

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The Duryea's property.    KYRIL BROMLEY

The Duryea's property. KYRIL BROMLEY

The Duryea's property.     KYRIL BROMLEY

The Duryea's property. KYRIL BROMLEY

author on Feb 19, 2019
The billionaire owner of the once shabby-chic Duryea’s Lobster Deck in Montauk has settled a lawsuit with East Hampton Town that will allow him to legalize the property’s “restaurant” and... more

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