The Harbor’s Edge residence is steps away from the beach and offers residents an unprecedented harbor-front location and spectacular water views. Comprised of three penthouses, eight lofts, and four bungalows this exclusive address brings the best of city living to the Hamptons. Amenities include an in-season concierge, to help you snag tickets to the hottest events, and a virtual doorman.
A penthouse unit at the Harbor’s Edge condo in Sag Harbor is currently in contract, Gimme Shelter has learned.
Last week, we toured the Harbor’s Edge development, which is virtually completed and ready to start sales, in the hot town of Sag Harbor. We were blown away and wanted to move right in. We arrived into the beautiful lobby and were greeted cheerfully by Yvonne, the concierge. Yvonne seemed like no request would faze her. Maintenance-free living, sign us up now! Then we met Keith Green, the Halstead sales rep who showed us around. One thing we really liked about the complex is that privacy is key—there are only 15 units in total, but multiple elevators; some residences (penthouses) have dedicated elevators while others are shared between two apartments. Nice. Prices range between $6.25M for a 2200sf penthouse down to $2.25M for a ground-floor 1900sf apartment.
“We’re seeing the culmination of years of planning coming to fruition,” says Stephen McArdle of Halstead Property Development Marketing, who’s handling sales at the Ismael Leyva-designed 19 Park Place — another building now cropping up along the busy strip. “Being situated in TriBeCa and near all this exciting new activity is why [Park Place is] such a desired block.”
Building amenities will include rooftop terraces, a fitness center, a bike
garage, doorman, and storage rooms. Sales are expected to launch in late summer.
“Right now it’s almost like we have two societal forces colliding,” said Keith Green of Halstead Property Development Marketing, the sales manager for Harbor’s Edge, a condominium development in Sag Harbor, with the baby boomer demand for luxury condos “running up against a tradition of civic pressure against condos that is common all across the Hamptons. It’s a Nimby-ism that says: ‘We don’t want more traffic or more crowds, and we don’t want more change.’ ”