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Marcus & Millichap Lists Family-Owned Montauk Portfolio

Marcus & Millichap has listed the Gosman’s Portfolio, a 48,145-square-foot, nine-property portfolio located on 11.6 acres in Montauk, NY, at the eastern tip of Long Island. The assets include four restaurants, six retail stores, a wholesale lobster and fish business, four staff housing properties, a parking lot and vacant land. Pricing guidance for the portfolio is $45 million. 

“Family-owned and operated for more than 70 years, the properties present investors with an opportunity to acquire 600 feet of unobstructed waterfront views in one of the nation’s premier vacation destinations,” said Henri M. Kessler with Marcus & Millichap in Manhattan. Kessler and Michael Tuccillo are representing the sellers.  

“Zoned for waterfront, resort, and central business uses, the portfolio includes Gosman’s Dock, a marina and shopping complex in operation since 1943,” added Tuccillo. “The Gosman family purchased additional properties in 1950 and 1958.” 


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