Just what East Hampton needs before the season… another commercial property going vacant. Yes, the scoop is that Scoop is shuttering it’s doors on Newton Lane in the next weeks. The two decade old luxury retailer is holding an inventory liquidation sale right now. Known for their eclectic brands of high end duds, rumor has it that the retailer will be shuttering all their doors in the next few weeks. According to reports, they already shut their Soho outlet sometime earlier this week.
Soho…Soho??? Is that anywhere near the Tanger Mall in Riverhead? Damn, I’ve been living here in the Hamptons too long. ANYWAY, it’s time to get your butt to the store before their inventory is gone! If you can’t make it, you can always go to their website www.scoopnyc.com, where the discounts have already begun.
Speaking of sales and saving money, the clock is ticking for Suffolk county homeowners looking to file for a property tax grievance. The deadline is end of business day this Monday the 16th. If you want more information, you can go to the NY State website and then click on your individual town. You can also do a quick google search online for one of a number of tax reduction services. Most of them don’t charge anything unless you actually get a reduction. If you do, they’ll take about 50% of your first year’s savings. Check with each service about their individual fees and procedures.
Finally, a little bragging from me. For the next few weeks, I’m working together with the folks at Gimme Shelter Animal Rescue in Southampton to feature an adoptable “Pet of the Week.” You can see the ad in Dan’s Papers or follow me on Twitter or Instagram. While I’m sure some of you out there would have preferred that I sponsor a “Penthouse Pet” of the week, I thought it would be more beneficial to feature the one that would likely be better company! if you want more information about my buddy Mattie, check out www.gimmeshelteranimalrescue.org.
Have a great weekend everyone!