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    Video Walk-Through: Watchcase Sag Harbor

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    Interior Design tours the brand-new Watchcase Sag Harbor condominiums with Steven Gambrel of S.R. Gambrel and Jack Beyer of Beyer Blinder Belle Arhitects & Planners. The project is housed in a former Bulova watchcase factory built in 1881, now rested by Beyer, the firm architect behind the restoration of Grand Central Terminal, the Ellis Island Museum, and the U.S. Capitol. Gambrel has designed the residences, which consist of 64 lofts and townhouse condos available from approximately $1 million to $10 million.

    The development offers doorman, concierge and driver services; the Watchcase Pavilion, a staffed state-of-the-art gym and spa center; a heated outdoor pool with towel and beverage services; the Vault Bar, a wine tasting room in the factory's old vault space; and elegant landscaped gardens by Quennell Rothschild & Partners.

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