2013. In planning the new Pavilion plans were being made for the entire properties. Designed by HWKN architects the plans called for a futuristic modern feeling. Not exactly a beach
The Belvedere history Est. 1957.
The Earl Combs designed/ Steve Ostrow/ Paul Bernstein home. Designed by architect Earl Combs for Steve Ostrow it truly presented itself as the castle on the ocean. Steve Ostrow
The Calvin Klein House 1972. 566-67 Driftwood Walk.
Lincoln Centre 1977. 557 Ocean Walk Sitting on a dune at the ocean at the western end of the Pines is the house known as Lincoln Centre. It was
The Pyramid House 1960 443 Sail Walk 1960. There is a magical house at the eastern end section of the Pines called the Pyramid house as that is its shape.
The H House 1965. 523 Snapper Walk Four pavilions connected by an open air living area create the letter H. Situated on the eastern end of the Pines and
The Adir House 1977. 144 Ocean Walk The Normal Heart house. The
1958 The Frank house. 1970 Boys in the Sand house. 547 Beachcomber Walk. Frank House designed by Andrew
The Solar house. 1977 Beach Hill Walk Before we became aware of the importance of recycling and the use of solar energy there was a home in the Pines that
The Fresco / Doll House- 1974 630 Fire Island Blvd. In 1974 after his two bedroom cottage was destroyed in a fire designer William Turner decided to expand his
Talisman 1960-1962. East of the Pines was a community called “Talisman”. Talisman was considered the most chic and exclusive of the F.I. resorts. It was a