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Nannies are considered essential workers.

I’m a 22-year-old nanny working for a family in the Hamptons during the pandemic. Here’s what my experience has been like.

A nanny working for a New York City-based family currently staying in the Hamptons told Insider what it's like to live with them during the pandemic.

The billionaire art collector who owns Andy Warhol’s former Montauk estate is reportedly entertaining offers for the oceanfront property. Here&#...

Pop artist Andy Warhol used to entertain the likes of Jackie Kennedy, John Lennon, and Mick Jagger at the Hamptons property.

Jackie Kennedy’s childhood summer home just hit the market. Look inside the 125-year-old Hamptons property.

Known as Wildmoor, the six-bedroom home is located on a quiet residential street in East Hampton minutes from the beach.
Aerial view of the Hamptons.

Demand for rentals in the Hamptons is soaring. Here are 8 of the cheapest homes you can still rent this summer, from a breezy bayside condo in Westham...

Business Insider teamed up with four brokerage firms to identify the cheapest monthly rentals in the Hamptons, and they range from $5,000 to $25,000.
New Yorkers from wealthy neighborhoods fled the city en masse, new data shows.

Wealthy New Yorkers fled the city when the coronavirus outbreak started. New data shows where they went — and which neighborhoods emptied out th...

Cellphone tracking and mail-forwarding requests prove that the richest city-dwellers escaped to places like the Hamptons once the pandemic hit.

The owner of a Hamptons spa resort is offering to rent out the entire hotel for $1.25 million to one person this summer after bookings collapsed. Here...

Shou Sugi Ban House's optional "add-ons" include a Michelin-starred chef and access to a fleet of three Teslas.
A beach house in the Hamptons. "Fisherman's shack" rental not pictured.

The demand for rentals in the Hamptons is so huge right now that one couple is paying $10,000 a month for a renovated ‘fisherman’s shack&#...

The Hamptons' typical rental season is from Memorial Day to Labor Day, but because of the pandemic, people were looking to rent as early as March.
The ultrawealthy have been renting out hotels and summer cottages amid the pandemic, as they flee from big cities like New York.

The Hamptons rental market is booming, making the ritzy area more unattainable than ever — even for ‘middle-class rich people’

One broker told Page Six that homeowners are "price gouging" as the Hamptons rental market enters the summer season.

Therapists for the 1% say they’re seeing a boom in business from clients worried about finding the perfect Hamptons vacation rental and learning...

"Because of their wealth, some of my clients have felt largely invincible for a long time, but now they feel so powerless," says one LA-based therapist.
Online alcohol sales skyrocketed during the pandemic.

Here’s how the 1% are getting their booze during the pandemic, from wine concierge services to online premium liquor retailers that sell $10,000...

"I found new customers buying high-end wines that you wouldn't think people are buying in this type of a crisis, like $1,000 bottles of wine."