For The Children
Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty, one of the nation’s leading realtors, is once again pitching in to play a significant role in raising funds for the Long Island Council of Save the Children. Abby Sheeline and Sierra Mittleman are co-chairing its “Red and White Party” spring benefit, and Daniel Gale Sotheby’s is lending its support with a sponsorship and a cadre of volunteers. Sheeline is a board member of Save the Children LI Council.
The Red and White Party will be held Friday, June 8, at The Meadow Brook Club in Jericho, NY, and will feature music by the popular Long Island band, “Henry Haid Made in America.” Partygoers are encouraged to wear red or white, or both colors.
“The Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty family is incredibly committed to the Long Island Council of Save the Children,” said CEO Deirdre O’Connell, who is serving on the benefit committee along with a dozen of her colleagues.
“The enthusiasm of our sales associates, managers and staff, and particularly the efforts of Abby and Sierra, ensures that we’ll have a successful event. People contribute what they can. Some offer hands-on volunteerism, others among us donate money and/or raffle prizes,” she added.
Save the Children Long Island Council is a volunteer group committed to supporting the work of the national organization, whose mission is to give children in the United States and around the world a healthy start, the opportunity to learn, and protection from harm. For more information on Save the Children and the Spring Benefit and to purchase tickets, visit www.savethechildrenli.org or call 631-424-0759.
Bakery For Sale
The Beach Bakery Grand Café on Main Street in Westhampton Beach is on the market. Fully renovated in 2013, the 7700-square-foot building is a turnkey business on nearly a third of an acre, with all the equipment as part of the package.
Since 1988, the Beach Bakery Grand Café has been located in the heart of the village business district, with a vibrant live music scene, abundant outdoor seating, and a loyal customer base. Current owner Simon Jorna, who has owned and grown the business over the past three decades, plans to retire to his homes in Germany and Florida after the sale. He said he hopes “the new owners will continue to operate [the] business as a bakery, or at least a restaurant.”
The full-service restaurant was renovated and expanded to the tune of more than $3 million, with top of the market equipment added, seating expanded, and front and back patios updated, among other improvements inside and out. An elevator connects the first and second floors for accessibility. Staff apartments on the second floor are an added value.
Represented by Town & Country Real Estate’s Hal Zwick, Director of Commercial Real Estate, and Patrick Galway, Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker, this iconic social spot is listed for $5,750,000. For further info, call 631-678-2460.