Harvey Weinstein Unloads Amagansett Property For $10 Million - 27 East

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Harvey Weinstein Unloads Amagansett Property For $10 Million

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author on Jan 10, 2018
Significant real estate activity in Amagansett had been rather quiet the last quarter of 2017, but that appears to be changing—finally, something to thank Harvey Weinstein for! That’s right, the... more

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