Hamptons Virtual Office Center is located at the Hill Street Business Center building in the heart of Southampton Village’s business district, in immediate proximity to fine dining, Southampton’s cultural center, Job’s Lane shopping, hotels and inns, and of course the world famous Hamptons beaches.
Hamptons Virtual Office Center is designed as a Membership Club. Members have a variety of user options so they pay only for the services they need to run their business. Regardless of the membership option selected, all members will benefit from having a prestigious street address in the Village of Southampton, instead of a post office box.
Hamptons Virtual Office Center has a private entrance and is open weekdays from 8:30 am to 5:30 pm.
The Village of Southampton, settled in 1640 and incorporated in 1894, historically began with a small group of English Puritans who set sail from Lynn, Massachusetts and landed on June 12, 1640 at what is now known as Conscience Point. It is the oldest English settlement in the state of New York and is named after the British Earl of Southampton.
The early colonists, with the help of a resident Shinnecock Indian guide, were led over an old woodland trail that is now North Sea Road to an ideal spot for their first settlement. There, at the head of what today is Old Town Pond, they constructed their first homes.
The Shinnecock Indian Reservation, established in 1701, is the oldest Native American reservation in the United States. With the end of the Revolutionary War in 1783 and the extension of the railroad to Sag Harbor in 1872, wealthy New Yorkers seeking escape from the ever growing city sought the serenity of our countryside and the beauty of our pristine beaches.
This new emergence of substance and wealth caused a building boom during the early part of the twentieth century. Large estates were designed and built and the Village of Southampton grew and prospered. Source: Village of Southampton, NY
Southampton Chamber of Commerce Networking Night at Hamptons Virtual Office Center
Southampton Chamber of Commerce Networking Night on Thursday, September 24.
Lori Klos of Hampton Dental Group, Jim Dreeban of Peconic Paddler and Mary Daud of Marystove
Vicki Kahn, owner of Hamptons Virtual Office Center, and John Locascio of Twin Forks Property Management.
Keith Shultz with Ron Lewis
Bill Cammak of HSBC Bank, Matthew Ferry of Gold Coast and Bob Rossetti of Bridgehampton National Bank
NASSAU TRADE SHOW – October 21, 2015 Farmigdale NY