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West Water Street Condo Sells For $15 Million

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Unit C at the West Water Street condos sold for $15 million.  STEPHEN J. KOTZ

Unit C at the West Water Street condos sold for $15 million. STEPHEN J. KOTZ

Unit C at Jay Bialsky's West Water Street condos has sold.       DANA SHAW

Unit C at Jay Bialsky's West Water Street condos has sold. DANA SHAW

Unit C at Jay Bialsky's West Water Street condos has sold.       DANA SHAW

Unit C at Jay Bialsky's West Water Street condos has sold. DANA SHAW

Unit C, left, at Jay Bialsky's West Water Street condos has sold.       DANA SHAW

Unit C, left, at Jay Bialsky's West Water Street condos has sold. DANA SHAW

authorStaff Writer on Sep 14, 2021

One of Sag Harbor’s three West Water Street condos by developer Jay Bialsky has sold for $15 million, according to The Real Estate Report Inc.

The 6,000-square-foot glass-walled condo had been listed by Bespoke Real Estate for $25 million, though Bespoke noted that the price for the yet-to-be completed condo was an estimate.

The four-level condo has six bedrooms and six bathrooms. The first floor includes an open concept kitchen, dining and living area and two south-facing guest suites. The second level has three guest suites and a master retreat, which includes a massive walk-in closet and spa-like bath with freestanding soaking tub, glass-enclosed shower, dual sinks, and water closet.

The third level hosts a glass-ceilinged lounge, a deck with outdoor living and dining area, and a plunge pool to round out the experience.

The underground garage level has four parking spaces, and an elevator connects all four levels. The owner is also entitled to two yacht slips in a private dock.

The design architect is Andre Kikoski and the executive architect is D&D Harvey Architects. Hollander Design is responsible for the landscape architecture.

Mr. Bialsky will keep unit A on the market, which leaves only unit B for sale, asking $25 million.

The buyer is telecom and restaurant entrepreneur Michael Hirtenstein, and the deal closed on July 21.

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