Rye Town Park / Rye, NY

PRESERVATION PLANNING AND RESTORATION OF THE 1909 BATH HOUSE AND PAVILIONS

Rye Town Park is located on 28.1 acres which fronts the 34.5 acre Oakland Beach on the Long Island Sound.  The Main Administration building and two open-air pavilion shelters are the focal point of the park, designed in 1909 in the Spanish Mission Style.  Easton Architects prepared the nomination for listing in the New York State and National Registers of Historic Places, prepared a Feasibility Study and Existing Conditions Assessment which led to the restoration of the pavilion shelters followed by the Main Administration Building Roof Restoration all of which received grant funding from private, state and federal funding sources. Ms Easton was instrumental in developing the grant applications.

SERVICES PROVIDED

  • Historic Research
  • Historic Landmark Designation Reports
  • Preservation Master Planning
  • Capital Master Planning
  • Grant Writing and Fundraising Strategies
  • Development of Educational Programs for Specific Sites
  • Forensic Building Investigation
  • Existing Conditions Survey
  • Full Architectural Services
  • Conservation
  • Regulatory Review Process
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BEFORE & AFTER

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