Agency News: Open Houses Benefit ARF; Art, Architecture And Interior Design; Downes Of Counsel - 27 East

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Agency News: Open Houses Benefit ARF; Art, Architecture And Interior Design; Downes Of Counsel

author on Apr 15, 2019

For The Dogs

During the month of April, Meghan Bozek of the Enzo Morabito Team at Douglas Elliman is pledging $10 to the Animal Rescue Fund of the Hamptons for each person who visits one of her open houses, whether they be agents or homebuyers.

Ms. Bozek has adopted several dogs from the animal shelter is Wainscott. She will present a check to ARF during its Alumni Reunion and Pet Celebration Day on Saturday, May 4.

Art, Architecture & Interior Design

Folioeast has curated an exhibition of works by East End artists for a cocktail reception at 100 Town Lane in East Hampton, a home for sale that is listed with Bryan Midlam of Compass, on Thursday, April 25, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. The architecture is the work of Modern NetZero, a designer of sustainable homes, and the home staging and interior design is the work of 100Design.

Downes Of Counsel To Adam Miller Group

Sag Harbor attorney Dennis Downes has become of counsel to the Bridgehampton real estate law firm Adam Miller Group.

“We are so pleased to welcome Dennis,” said Adam M. Miller, the principal of the Adam Miller Group, in a statement. “He’s a real estate and land use expert whose skill and years of local experience will be a huge asset to our firm. Dennis has zoning expertise that’s invaluable and unteachable. He is literally an encyclopedia of knowledge—working closely with Brian DeSesa, who runs our growing land use practice, they will be an unstoppable team.”

Mr. Downes, who specializes in land use, residential and commercial Real Estate, wills and trusts, and estates, attended Brooklyn Law School and passed the bar in 1972. He is licensed to practice in New York, North Carolina, the US Supreme Court and both Federal Districts of New York. He also serves as a special counsel for the Town of Southampton, the Town of Shelter Island, the Village of Southampton and the Village of Westhampton Beach.

“I started coming to Sag Harbor every summer with my family in 1955,” Mr. Downes said. “I love the East End and have worked with so many local residents over the years which has been a privilege. Over the past few years I’ve come to realize that the Adam Miller Group would perfectly complement my existing practice and I’m delighted to be joining the firm. Adam’s proven track record, locally and in New York City, along with his highly skilled and responsive staff is hands-down the best fit.”

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