ⓘ Southampton (village), New York

                                     

ⓘ Southampton (village), New York

Southampton is a village in Suffolk County, New York, United States. The village is named after the Earl of Southampton. The Village of Southampton is in the southeast part of the county in the Town of Southampton. The population was 3.109 at the 2010 census.

Southampton is the oldest and largest communities in the summer colony known as the Hamptons. Its also possible to shopping center of the southern "fork" of long island and serves as a base for several region-wide businesses and hospital rooms. Southampton Village is one of the trends of the two most prestigious communities.

Many rich and influential people have homes in the section "real Estate" village of the district on the North Atlantic ocean. Southampton has historically been home to prominent residents, including members of Ford, DuPont, Eisenhower, Vanderbilt and Morgan families. Today the village itself is home to approximately half of the billionaires who have residences in the eight villages that comprise the Hamptons.

Southampton Village has a relatively large year round population, approximately 3.100 inhabitants. It has 2 - 3x the population of any of the other villages or hamlets in the Hamptons. As a consequence, it is the most densely populated and most built-up communities in the Hamptons. It is also the most varied of the villages that comprise the Hamptons. Southampton Village has a large community of African Americans, Latinos, and Asians in percentage terms and in absolute numbers in the Hamptons.

United Southampton village, led by mayor Jesse Warren. This area is guarded by police Department Southampton Village.

                                     
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