After a thirty-six-year career as a real estate developer and home builder in the Hamptons and throughout Suffolk County, Bill Siegel is uniquely qualified to assist both buyers and sellers of Hamptons real estate in achieving their objectives. As the founder and president of New Age Builders, Inc. in 1984, Bill built more than 350 homes for individuals, families, towns, and nonprofit organizations. He also has extensive experience in remodeling and leasing numerous properties as both a landlord and tenant. His company built the first Energy Star labeled home on Eastern Long Island and has been the recipient of national awards for energy-efficient home building from the National Association of Home Builders and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. New Age Builders, Inc. was featured in numerous publications and media outlets including Builder Magazine, The New York Times, Newsday, News 12, News 55 and others.
In addition to his unsurpassed background in residential construction and knowledge of local zoning and land use, Bill brings excellent communication skills to his real estate practice. He is extremely organized, reliable, and efficient, as well as an effective negotiator and problem solver on behalf of his customers and clients. Bill is a graduate of the Hofstra University Zarb School of Business, he was inducted into the Hofstra Athletic Hall of Fame, and he is a former ATP world ranked professional tennis player.
Bill is also an active member of the community. He currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Hamptons Documentary Film Festival and on the Advisory Board of the Ecological Culture Initiative, and for many years he served on the Dean's Advisory Board at Hofstra University, and the Board of Directors of the Long Island Builders Institute. He also volunteers at the Evelyn Alexander Wildlife Rescue Center of the Hamptons, Southampton Animal Shelter Foundation, and the New York City Center of Self-Realization Fellowship.
Bill enjoys all that living in the Hamptons has to offer, including tennis, surfing, cycling, hiking, paddle boarding, yoga, meditation, theatre, festivals, and benefits, as well as frequenting local restaurants. Bill resides in the Red Creek area of Hampton Bays with his wife, Susan.