Dream Night Club, which has been a sore spot among Hampton Bays residents for sometime with neighbors of the club complaining about noise and drug activity, is on the market for $1,795,000.
According to a report on 27east, the property's owners, who are currently leasing the building to Frank Vlahadamis, who runs the club, have decided to sell the property, which sits on 1.6 acres on Canal Road and includes two single-family homes, as well as two houses with accessory apartments.
The article indicates that Vlahadamis, whose lease expires in November, has expressed interest in purchasing the property and through the lease reportedly has exclusive rights to purchase the property.
Club Dream has had its share of troubles — an unsolved murder occured there in October 2010 and most recently State Assemblyman Fred Thiele joined a fight to ensure that the New York State Liquor Authority revokes the club's liquor license. Last summer, Southampton Town Police were at the location several times with reports of fights, drugs and underage drinking.
Vlahadamis, however, has blamed the police activity on retaliation.
To read the full report on 27east, click here.
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