Real estate technology company Compass announces the firm is taking over sales at Watchcase Condominiums, Sag Harbor’s premier luxury new development complex. Cee Scott Brown, Jack Pearson, and Jeremy Dunham, who launched sales and sold 85% of the project while at their previous brokerage, will again oversee sales and marketing of eight remaining units.
“We are thrilled to return to Watchcase with the full power of the Compass marketing engine behind us,” said Cee Scott Brown.
“This is a historical development we know intimately as we were the original team to launch this project which changed the face of Sag Harbor and made condo and townhouse living chic in the Hamptons,” added Pearson.
Watchcase has been represented by several brokerages since launching sales in 2013, including Corcoran, Bespoke, and Sotheby’s. Jeremy Dunham, part of the CeeJackTeam, has handled all on-site rentals at Watchcase since 2015.
Remaining units include one studio, two penthouses, and five townhomes, ranging in price from $600,000 to $3.995 million.
Once the historic site of the long-shuttered Joseph Fahys & Co and Bulova watch case Factories, the complex was painstakingly transformed into a
4-story building with 63 condominium units including factory lofts, newly constructed duplex townhouses, and bungalow residences. In addition, a concealed underground parking structure with landscaped courtyard above was created along with the heated pool, Watchcase Pavilion and fitness center. The project was developed by Manhattan-based Cape Advisors and designed by renowned architectural firm Beyer Blinder Belle.
Compass is streamlining the home buying and selling experience by building the industry's first end-to-end software platform. Founded in 2012, Compass combines the best technology and personalized service to power all real estate activities in 135+ U.S. cities, in service of our mission to help everyone find their place in the world.