Links: The Hamptons Real Estate Boom Continues

A row of Further Lane oceanfront properties in East Hampton, including the house James Chanos sold in February, second from right, for nearly $60 million. The house furthest to the right, at 30 Spaeth Lane, just closed on March 15 for a reported $60 million.

The Hamptons Boom Continues [NYT]
Tentative Steps Toward Normal as South Fork ‘Reopens’ Along With State [The East Hampton Star]
Hamptonites Shocked by Sky-high Real Estate, Camp Prices [NY Post]
Arson Squad Investigating Fire That Damaged Two Abandoned Homes in Greenport [The Suffolk Times]
Long Island Surfing, Windsurfing Hot Spots in Montauk, Fire Island More [Newsday]
Public Hearing Elicits Opinions On Sag Harbor Antique Fire Truck Museum Plan In Bridgehampton [27East]
One Percenters Already Packing Hamptons Hot Spots [Page Six]
Front Street Will Close to Traffic Wednesday [The Suffolk Times]
Fifty Residents of Independent Living Facility Evacuated Due to Heat Problems [Riverhead News-Review]
CNN’s Don Lemon Purchased a “Quaint Cottage” for Millions [Distractify]
Temple Adas Israel Breaks Ground On Synagogue Renovation [Sag Harbor Express]
Forum to be Held on House Size in Southold Town [East End Beacon]