Wainscott community members see disconnect in developer's vision for Plitt Ford property - 27 East

Wainscott community members see disconnect in developer’s vision for Plitt Ford property

author on Jul 13, 2010
When retail developer Gregg Saunders of Sagaponack won the bid last month for the former Plitt Ford property on Montauk Highway in Wainscott, he said he would try to build... more

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