Rechlers Trim Canal Townhouses As Part Of Revised Canoe Place Inn Proposal - 27 East

Rechlers Trim Canal Townhouses As Part Of Revised Canoe Place Inn Proposal

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author on Oct 16, 2014
The developers pitching a broad redevelopment of the Canoe Place Inn and eastern shore of the Shinnecock Canal have tailored their plans for a bank of townhouses along the canal,... more

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