Crews Quarters Est. 1982

Crews Quarters 1982-1992  Opened in the newly renovated LaFountaine Building by longtime Pines resident and Realtor Doris Taussig “Crews Quarters was known as the friendly place. The place where the
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Pavilion 2015 …

Pavilion 2015…     Under new ownership of PJ McAteer the Pavilion would go through some modifications. New logo design, and lighting and sound alterations. Programming would fall to longtime
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The Pavilion 2012-2014

The Pavilion 2012-2014     Artist renderings began immediately to keep the community informed and excited. Architectural firm  HWKN Hollwich Kushner created by Marc Kushner and Matthias Hollwich were hired by
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Fire in the Pines- 2011

Fire in the Pines November 14-15  2011. Pavilion and LaFountaine building burn…   History repeated itself Monday November 14, 2011 at 9pm as a fire broke out in the alley
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Invasion 2016.

  Invasion 2016. It all starts with a Homecoming Queen…  Logan Hardcore.     Then the preparations begin…               The day arrives, and it
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2000’s. A new Millenium.

2000’s. The Pines party grows into a major event/ fundraiser in the community. In 2004 owner John Whyte sells the commercial district to Pines resident Eric Von Kuersteiner. He begins
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1960’s. It’s a Mod, Mod World…

1960’s.     In spite of promoting itself as a family community, the proximity to Cherry Grove, and the beauty of the generous landscape was luring many from NYC .
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The Pavilion 2005- 2012

  In 2004 longtime owner John Whyte sells the Pines properties to Eric Von Kuersteiner. Von Kuersteiner begins sweeping changes with a plan to revive the Pines and bring a
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Future Pines 2013…

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
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The Blue Whale & The Tea Dance Est. 1966

The Blue Whale & the Tea Dance Est. 1966 The Classic Blue Whale dance floor where many memories were made… This historic bar/restaurant that witnessed the birth of the tea
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