The Final Piece Of The Puzzle: Officials Break Ground For Last Hampton Business District Building - 27 East

The Final Piece Of The Puzzle: Officials Break Ground For Last Hampton Business District Building

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Mitchell Rechler, Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone and Gregg Rechler.  DANA SHAW

Mitchell Rechler, Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone and Gregg Rechler. DANA SHAW

Mitchell Rechler        DANA SHAW

Mitchell Rechler DANA SHAW

Mitchell and Gregg Rechler          DANA SHAW

Mitchell and Gregg Rechler DANA SHAW

Gregg Rechler            DANA SHAW

Gregg Rechler DANA SHAW

Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone     DANA SHAW

Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone DANA SHAW

Southampton Town Supervisor Jay Schneiderman   DANA SHAW

Southampton Town Supervisor Jay Schneiderman DANA SHAW

Southampton Town Supervisor Jay Schneiderman with Gregg and Mitchell Rechler.  DANA SHAW

Southampton Town Supervisor Jay Schneiderman with Gregg and Mitchell Rechler. DANA SHAW

(L-R): Jay Schneiderman, Southampton Town Supervisor; Gregg Rechler, Rechler Equity Partners Co-Managing Partner; Mitchell Rechler, Rechler Equity Partners Co-Managing Partner; Steve Bellone, Suffolk County Executive; Natalie Wright, Suffolk County Department of Economic Development Commissioner break ground for the final building in the Hampton Business District in Westhampton.

(L-R): Jay Schneiderman, Southampton Town Supervisor; Gregg Rechler, Rechler Equity Partners Co-Managing Partner; Mitchell Rechler, Rechler Equity Partners Co-Managing Partner; Steve Bellone, Suffolk County Executive; Natalie Wright, Suffolk County Department of Economic Development Commissioner break ground for the final building in the Hampton Business District in Westhampton.

Jay Schneiderman, Southampton Town Supervisor; Gregg Rechler, Rechler Equity Partners Co-Managing Partner; Mitchell Rechler, Rechler Equity Partners Co-Managing Partner; Steve Bellone, Suffolk County Executive; Natalie Wright, Suffolk County Department of Economic Development Commissioner break ground for the final building in the Hampton Business District in Westhampton.   DANA SHAW

Jay Schneiderman, Southampton Town Supervisor; Gregg Rechler, Rechler Equity Partners Co-Managing Partner; Mitchell Rechler, Rechler Equity Partners Co-Managing Partner; Steve Bellone, Suffolk County Executive; Natalie Wright, Suffolk County Department of Economic Development Commissioner break ground for the final building in the Hampton Business District in Westhampton. DANA SHAW

Kitty Merrill on Jul 25, 2022
With ceremonial shovels in hand last week, officials and developers broke ground for the last building in the Hampton Business District in Westhampton. Adjacent to Francis S. Gabreski Airport, the... more

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