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Ponquogue Point

Southampton, NY

Ponquogue Point is located off the Shinnecock Bay, at the end of a canal, and adjacent to existing marinas and a residential neighborhood. The elegant, tall hedges, typical of a Hamptons streetscape conceal the townhouse community, and the residences orient toward the water. In keeping with Southampton’s architectural tradition, the design is based on the Shingle style, with each complex differing slightly from the others.

The one-, two-, and three-bedroom units range in size from 1,000 SF to 2,500 SF. All have beamed ceilings, fireplaces, and decks – some constructed with ground level terraces, others with roof decks. Three units of the condominium community will be reserved as seasonal rentals. In addition to master planning and architecture, Zyscovich Architects also created the Hampton Bays landscape design. The wetlands have been planted with native species and a storm water retention feature, designed with a walkway planted with irises, provide natural mitigation to deal with heavy storm water erosion. The feature, both beautiful and environmentally responsive, resolves site erosion.

Ponquogue Point is located off the Shinnecock Bay, at the end of a canal, and adjacent to existing marinas and a residential neighborhood. The elegant, tall hedges, typical of a Hamptons streetscape conceal the townhouse community, and the residences orient toward the water. In keeping with Southampton’s architectural tradition, the design is based on the Shingle style, with each complex differing slightly from the others.

The one-, two-, and three-bedroom units range in size from 1,000 SF to 2,500 SF. All have beamed ceilings, fireplaces, and decks – some constructed with ground level terraces, others with roof decks. Three units of the condominium community will be reserved as seasonal rentals. In addition to master planning and architecture, Zyscovich Architects also created the Hampton Bays landscape design. The wetlands have been planted with native species and a storm water retention feature, designed with a walkway planted with irises, provide natural mitigation to deal with heavy storm water erosion. The feature, both beautiful and environmentally responsive, resolves site erosion.