Water Mill Property Premieres With Rooftop Soiree

456 Development Group launched its latest project, 100 Crescent, during a Sunset Cocktail Party to benefit Autism Speaks Saturday, August 22 (credit: christopher wells).
Tennis pro and Monmouth University tennis coach Cory Hubbard and 18-year-old rising star Abraham Asaba at the premiere of 100 Crescent, a Sunset Cocktail Party to benefit Autism Speaks (credit: christopher wells).
A gorgeous sunset and 180-degree views of Mecox Bay and Flying Point Beach were the backdrops when Architect Philip Rossillo and Builder John DeVito of 456 Development Group launched their latest project, 100 Crescent (credit: christopher wells).
The Water Mill property features the first and only rooftop tennis court in the Hamptons (credit: christopher wells).
18-year-old rising star Abraham Asaba can serve at speeds that exceed 130 mph (credit: christopher wells).

A gorgeous sunset and 180-degree views of Mecox Bay and Flying Point Beach were the backdrops on Saturday, Aug. 22, when Architect Philip Rossillo and Builder John DeVito of 456 Development Group launched their latest project, 100 Crescent, during a Sunset Cocktail Party to benefit Autism Speaks.

With the U.S. Open beginning Monday, Aug. 31 at Arthur Ashe Stadium, it was an appropriate time to debut a property featuring the first and only rooftop tennis court in the Hamptons. Tennis pro and Monmouth University tennis coach Cory Hubbard and 18-year-old rising star Abraham Asaba, who can serve at speeds that exceed 130 mph, played on the rooftop court.

The silent auction, which included works from some of today’s hottest artists, raised more than $10,000 for Autism Speaks. Vin Social NYC was on hand with wines from the Mediterranean.

See more of the gorgeous new home in the Long Island Pulse fall fashion spread when the issue drops Sept. 3.