Hamptons hotel popular with celebrities up for sale

The Capri Hotel in Southampton, N.Y., popular with such celebrities as Robert De Niro and Howard Stern, is reportedly on the market for $5.2 million. A group headed by Steven Kamali has put the 30-room hotel, which includes a BLT Steakhouse, up for sale, reports The Daily News.

The hotel formerly housed high-end eatery Nobu and a boutique store owned by designer Cynthia Rowley. Nobu was swapped out for BLT last year.

A broker for the property told the Daily News that interest in the Capri is high. "We only put the property on the market yesterday and we already have three showings scheduled for today. It's off the hook," said Anthony Cerio of brokerage Brown Harris Stevens, who is listing the property with Mitchel Natter.

The hotel was built in 1994.

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Kamali and his partners bought the hotel in 2011.

They previously put the hotel on the market last year as part of a larger package of Southampton hotel properties.

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