During Indian summer, when New Yorkers say they’re headed “out East” for the weekend, they’re usually referring to the Hamptons. But more and more, they’re switching to the opposite peninsula known as the North Fork.
That’s due in part to the Sound View Greenport, a 1953 former motel appealingly renovated by Studio Tack, which has made a name for itself with hospitality projects farther north, like Scribner’s Catskill Lodge. “We layered inspiration from New England modernism, popularized by the Bauhaus enclaves on Cape Cod, while honoring this region through nods to its fishing and boat-building history,” partner Leigh Salem says of the firm’s first coastal project.
Indeed, shiplap paneling surrounds reception as well as the 55 guest rooms, which each open to a deck overlooking the Long Island Sound.