Sag Harbor Resident Says His Historic House Is In Shambles Due To Construction On Watchcase Condos - 27 East

Sag Harbor Resident Says His Historic House Is In Shambles Due To Construction On Watchcase Condos

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There are over 20 cracks in the windows of the Captain David Hand House in Sag Harbor

There are over 20 cracks in the windows of the Captain David Hand House in Sag Harbor

 where 80-year-old John Krug lives. Mr. Krug's house has been damaged by construction for the Watchcase Project

where 80-year-old John Krug lives. Mr. Krug's house has been damaged by construction for the Watchcase Project

 which is across the street from the historic building. ALYSSA MELILLO

which is across the street from the historic building. ALYSSA MELILLO

The doors of the Captain David Hand House in Sag Harbor

The doors of the Captain David Hand House in Sag Harbor

 where 80-year-old John Krug lives

where 80-year-old John Krug lives

 do not close right anymore. Mr. Krug's house has been damaged by construction for the Watchcase Project

do not close right anymore. Mr. Krug's house has been damaged by construction for the Watchcase Project

 which is across the street from the historic building. ALYSSA MELILLO

which is across the street from the historic building. ALYSSA MELILLO

The floorboards of the Captain David Hand House in Sag Harbor

The floorboards of the Captain David Hand House in Sag Harbor

 where 80-year-old John Krug lives

where 80-year-old John Krug lives

 are separated. Mr. Krug's house has been damaged by construction for the Watchcase Project

are separated. Mr. Krug's house has been damaged by construction for the Watchcase Project

 which is across the street from the historic building. ALYSSA MELILLO

which is across the street from the historic building. ALYSSA MELILLO

There are over 20 cracks in the windows of the Captain David Hand House in Sag Harbor

There are over 20 cracks in the windows of the Captain David Hand House in Sag Harbor

 where 80-year-old John Krug lives. Mr. Krug's house has been damaged by construction for the Watchcase Project

where 80-year-old John Krug lives. Mr. Krug's house has been damaged by construction for the Watchcase Project

 which is across the street fr

which is across the street fr

authorAlyssa Melillo on Jun 11, 2014
When Sag Harbor resident John Krug retired and sold his antiques business a few years ago, he envisioned a relaxing future filled with trips to the beach with his corgi,... more

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