For music mogul Lyor Cohen, Leroy Street Studio crafts a refined retreat in the Hamptons.
The way music exec Lyor Cohen tells it, his Hamptons beach house was born from a father’s love some 15 years ago. The co-founder of 300 Entertainment and recently appointed global head of music for YouTube is wistful as he describes how he and his then-five-year-old son, Oz, first spied the plot of land where his modernist three-bedroom home now sits. “We were sailing Noyack Bay during the late day,” he remembers. “As we came about, my son and I were both struck by the golden, warm sun hitting the cliffs that faced due west. The engine was off, and the boat gently tilted in the wind. At that moment I made a proclamation that one day we would live there. It took a while, but it’s the greatest purchase I have ever made.”
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