A circa 1900 photo taken a year after the Greenport Opera House was built at Main Street and Bay Avenue. (Credit: The Historical Collection at Mike Richter Photography)
The Main Street corner where it once stood is now the site of a Chase Bank parking lot, but at the turn of the 20th century the Greenport Opera House was a towering, romantic presence on the North Fork.
Built in 1899 to replace Stirling Hall, which had burned down earlier that year, the opera house was “the pinnacle of the village,” said Greenport historian Carlos DeJesus.
Credit: Barbaraellen Koch
A revered house that has stood on Jackson Street in the tiny hamlet of New Suffolk since 1936 faced the wrath of an excavator on Thursday, just weeks after disappointed locals found out it was going to be razed.
The Lyndon Tuthill-Floyd Houston House its on 2.6 acres of prime real estate in the waterfront community. (more…)
Listings prepared for Times/Review Newspapers by Suffolk Research Service, dated Nov. 17-23, 2014. (more…)
Gov. Andrew Cuomo announces a proposal to offer certain residents a property tax credit on Wednesday. (Credit: Governor’s office)
It’s one of two things, according to Benjamin Franklin, that is certain in life: taxes.
And one proposal by New York Governor Andrew Cuomo aims to at least ease the tax burden for about 1.3 million people across the state.
While the governor can’t pass legislation preventing another of Mr. Benjamin’s certainties from occurring — death — his ‘Opportunity Agenda’ would provide an average $1,150 in annual tax credits for over 125,000 homeowners in Suffolk County, and 1.3 million across the state. (more…)
Thirty West Main developer Georgia Malone in the second-floor lounge. (Credit: Barbaraellen Koch)
Downtown Riverhead has been touted for years as a place “on the rise,” an up-and-coming magnet drawing both new businesses and new apartments. A 52-unit apartment complex opened on Peconic Avenue in 2010 and 19 more units are set open soon in the former Woolworth building — right next to the renovated Suffolk Theater. Another 48 affordable housing units are slated for West Main Street. (more…)
Developer Nick Paleos of Nickart Realty Corp. in Baldwin said the two homes going up along Route 48 near Town Beach in Southold will be finished by July. But they’re not for sale. (Credit: Cyndi Murray)
People driving along Route 48 in Southold have taken notice of construction taking place across the street from Town Beach. Could it be the makings of a hotel? A restaurant?
Developer Nick Paleos of Nickart Realty Corp. in Baldwin said the property, which is located 900 feet west of Bayberry Lane on the southern site of Route 48, is the site of two new homes. (more…)
There are six open houses scheduled on the North Fork this weekend ranging in price from $339,000 to $1.3 million. Get a sneak peek at the listings on northforker.com.
Listings prepared for Times/Review Newspapers by Suffolk Research Service, dated Nov. 10-16, 2014. (more…)
This custom built Southold dream home is paradise by the bay. The five-bedroom house boast views of the Peconic Bay and Shelter Island, plus includes private beach rights.
View the listing on northforker.com.
Lyndon Tuthill-Floyd Houston House on Jackson Street in New Suffolk is slated to be demolished. (Credit: Cyndi Murray)
An iconic New Suffolk home that has stood since 1936 will soon face the wrecking ball, much to the disappointment of community members.
The storied Lyndon Tuthill-Floyd Houston House on Jackson Street, perched on 2.6 acres of prime real estate, is slated to be demolished, the property owner said, although some of the brick and wood will be salvaged. (more…)