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Bialsky Unveils Prices For West Water Street Condos

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A rendering of the completed West Water Street condos.

A rendering of the completed West Water Street condos.

A rendering of the street side of the West Water Street condos.

A rendering of the street side of the West Water Street condos.

A rendering of the street side of the West Water Street condos.

A rendering of the street side of the West Water Street condos.

A rendering of the master bedroom in Residence C.

A rendering of the master bedroom in Residence C.

authorStaff Writer on Aug 12, 2019

The cost to purchase a condominium at developer Jay Bialsky’s 2 West Water Street, a three-unit condo project on 0.75-acre in Sag Harbor that will reserve one unit for Mr. Bialsky’s personal residence, has been revealed: either $21.95 million or $19.95 million.

The condos, on the site where the 1-800-LAWYERS building once stood, will be the tallest buildings in Sag Harbor, adjacent to the new 1.25-acre John Steinbeck Waterfront Park on land that Mr. Bialsky sold to the Southampton Town Community Preservation Fund for $10.5 million.

Mr. Bialsky worked with project architect Andre Kikoski and landscape architect Edward Hollander on 2 West Water Street. Each condo will offer two boat slips, underground garage space for four to six cars, jewel-box glass rooms with western-facing bay views and a brick facade. The brick was chosen to reflect Sag Harbor’s industrial past.

The three buildings combined are slightly under 22,000 square feet.

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