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Harbor’s Edge: New Waterfront Residences Born

Tuesday, June 3, 2014
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From West Water Street to Harbor’s Edge, these new waterfront condominiums are complete and will open shortly. Water Street Development at Sag Harbor LLC and Halstead Property Development Marketing announced the debut of Harbor’s Edge in the Hamptons. Located at 21 West Water Street, the luxury condominiums offer 15 two or three bedroom condos, three penthouses, and well-appointed bathrooms with unrivaled amenities only a few blocks from Main Street on the waterfront in Sag Harbor.

Being a part of one of the most coveted villages in the Hamptons, Harbor’s Edge provides luxury, convenience, premier water view living and prominence to satisfy the ideal needs of buyers seeking waterfront refuge. These condominiums were designed to offer an elevated and wholesome living experience in one of the world’s finest summer vacation spots.

Harbor’s edge is a unique addition to the Hamptons’ waterfront real estate landscape. It offers a chance for rare and exclusive ownership in this location with its waterfront penthouses. Residents at Harbor’s Edge will have access to an in-season concierge, generous waterfront outdoor spaces including private terraces and balconies, and a rooftop sundeck with a swimming pool, wet bar and kitchen. Ample parking will be provided with private garages for penthouse owners and guests.

Beauty does not only exist in the serenity of the waterfront view but within the condominiums as well. Interiors feature high-ceilinged great rooms, customized millwork, fireplaces and exquisite kitchens and bathrooms. For more information visit www.harborsedge.com

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