Inside the billionaire battle for real estate supremacy on Meadow Lane

Even billionaires have to keep up with the Joneses — and they’re spending the GDPs of small nations to do it.
Last year — during the uncertainty of the pandemic — the superrich clung to the Hamptons like a toddler with a security blanket. But one salubrious Southampton street saw more outrageous spending than ever before: Meadow Lane.
Consisting of roughly 100 homes (more than half of them head-turning mega-mansions), the narrow two-lane street runs from the tip of Southampton’s barrier island, all the way to the ultra-exclusive, members-only joint, the Meadow Club.
Since the start of the pandemic in March 2020, at least 11 of those homes, roughly 10%, have flipped. But the ones that did packed a wallop.


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