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HARRY BATES (1927-2022)

Bates grew up Lake City FL. He started at UNC-Chapel Hill in bacteriorology in 1948 then transferred to the NCSU School of Design, earning a Bachelors in Architecture in 1952. He worked three years for Terry Waugh in Raleigh NC then moved to NYC in 1955 to Skidmore Owings & Merrill (SOM), working with Gordon Bunshaft. He started Bates Architects in 1965. By then he was well-known for Modernist houses on Fire Island off the coast of New York. He also moonlighted for Martin Growald, who was himself moonlighting while at SOM. Later, Bates was in private practice with Dale Booher and Bob Lunn in New York City before moving the firm to Southampton on Long Island in 1980. He took on partner Paul Masi, 45 years his junior and formerly with Richard Meier, in 1997. Around 2012, they moved to an office building of their own design in East Hampton NY. Bates retired in 2017 to Fernandina Beach FL. His partner of 30 years was Jack Coar. Many thanks for research by Chris Rawlins of Pines Modern, Catherine Westergaard Cramer, and Carie Chesarino. Video.


1961 - The Harry Bates House, 21 Widgeon Walk, Fire Island NY. 600 sf. Published in the 1964 American Home's Vacation Houses. Destroyed.


Around 1964 - 137 Beach Hill Walk, Fire Island NY. Sold to Peter Cott. Sold in 1999 to Robert Rousey. Available for rent.


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1965 - 22 Springwood Lane, Northwest Woods, East Hampton NY. Near Springy Banks Road. Sold to Kathleen Bacon-Greenberg. Sold in 1996 to Dan Saltiel. Sold in 2013 to Louis Garcia and Guido Auen.


1964 - The Jeanette Edris Rockefeller House and Guest House, aka Dual in the Sun, 607 Shore Walk, Sayville NY. Bates designed a second floor in 1969, unbuilt. According to Pines Modern, the compound was sold in 1974 to Ron Martin, John Macunovich, Jim Meade, and David Napoli. Their "Lady Pizza Goes to Havana" party transformed the home into a Cuban nightclub, circa 1940. Supermodel Pat Cleveland, pigtails aloft in helium-filled balloons, turned the courtyard into a catwalk at their annual Labor Day Party in 1976. The following year, DJ Howard Merritt debuted the disco anthem "Native New Yorker." Beach 79, also known as the Party of the Decade, was conceptualized in its living room. Sold in 2020 to Roman Gancberg and Sebastian Lopez Betancurt and is available on AirBNB.


1960s - The Dorothy Levy House, Fire Island NY. Featured in Sports Illustrated, 9/28/1970. Do you know where it is?


1960s - The Eliott Regens House, Fire Island NY. Featured in Sports Illustrated, 9/28/1970. Do you know where it is?


1960s - The Jeff and Virginia Davis House, Fire Island NY. Featured in Sports Illustrated, 9/28/1970. Do you know where it is?


1960s - The Bernard (Barry) and Henrietta (Henny) Rosen Schilit House, Ocean Bay Park, Fire Island NY. Featured in Sports Illustrated, 9/28/1970. Near the Davis House. Do you know where it is?


1965 - The Michael Shurtleff House, 490 Tarpon Walk, Fire Island, Sayville NY. Sold to Thomas Helmanek. Sold in 2000 to Alan Harris O'Connell. Renovated in 2015 by Nicholas Politis.


1965 - The Nicholas Rompapas Beach House, 257 Bay Walk, Fire Island, Sayville NY. According to Pines Modern, Horace Gifford started the design and Bates finished it. Horace Gifford also designed an elaborate pool which was never built. Sold to Jason Simos. Sold in 2013 to Elizar Milbaur. Renovated in 2015 by DAS Studio. Sold in 2018 to Brian Girard.


1966 - The John Mayer and Matej Sherko House, 5 Ocean Walk, Fire Island, Sayville NY. Featured in House and Garden in 1968. Has been substantially altered. Sold in 2006 to Thomas Molner.


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1967 - The Melvin Dwork House, aka Tree House, 274 Bay Walk, Fire Island, Sayville NY. Built by William A. Lynch. Sold in 1997 to Bruce Bromley. 2021 renovation and addition by Workstead.


1968 - The Carolina Upcher House, aka the Re-Cover House, 129 Windward, East Hampton NY. Featured in House Beautiful, 1970. Upcher in 2004 hired Bates to build her a house on the adjacent lot, see below. Sold around 2005 to Joe Dolce and Jonathan Burnham. 2006 addition and renovation by Bates Masi; built by Paul Cassidy. Structural engineer, Stephen Maresca. Bottom photo, Timothy Godbold. Available for rent.


1968 - The Kamen House, 26 South Walk, Fire Island NY. Sold to Kevin Lee.  Renovated by Eric Schiller.


1968 - The Florence Fabricant House, 24 Roxbury Lane, Wainscott NY. Sold in 1978 to Fred Smith. Sold in 2019 to Robert Schaeffer. For sale in 2022.


Around 1968 - The Pitcher House, 184 Cedar Walk, Fire Island, Sayville NY. Still in the Pitcher family as of 2016. Color photos by Tom Sibley.


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1969 - The James Patterson House, 612 Shore Walk, Fire Island, Sayville NY. Published in House Beautiful, 1971. Altered badly, but not by Bates. Sold to Thomas Hetmanek. Sold in 2000 to Alan Harris. Sold in 2017 to Michael Hayes. Restorative renovation by Chris Rawlins Design, bottom photo. Sold in 2020 to YMT Plage LLC.


1969 - The Rex Madsen and Jimmy Daniels House, aka the Madsen House, 517 Porgie Walk, Fire Island, Sayville NY. According to Pines Modern, during the 1930s Daniels' lover was architect Philip Johnson. Has been significantly altered. Sold to Patrick Guadagno. Sold in 1995 to Alireza Momtaz.


1970 - 216 Bull Path, East Hampton NY. Sold to Joseph and Rhoda Belfort. Sold in 1999 to Jerry Liddell. Sold in 2005 to Michelle Clark. Sold in 2006 to Steven Linder. Sold in 2017 to Jeffrey and Stephanie Lynch.


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Around 1970 - The Howard M. and Dorothy Pack House, aka Central New York House, 690 Peekamoose Road Sundown, Denning NY. Commissioned 1969. Has a safe room in the basement with everything for survival from a nuclear attack. Designed while working for Martin Growald, who took it on as a moonlighting project at Skidmore Owings and Merrill (SOM). Featured in Architectural Record Houses of 1971. Deeded in 2009 to Peekamoose Properties LLC (daughter Loren Pack). Non-aerial photos by Ezra Stoller.


1971 - The Joshua Lieberman Residence, aka Saltaire, aka Seaview, 304 Sea Walk, Fire Island NY. Designed with Dale Booher. Deeded in 2009 to Seymout Lieberman.


Around 1972 - 34 Springwoods Lane, Northwest Woods, East Hampton NY. Sold in 1994. Sold in 2018 to Peter Zaitzeff.


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1973 - 24 Cliff Road, Amagansett NY. Deeded in 2007 to Beata Galdi. Sold in 2014 to Jo Anne and Michael Sirgado. Renovated in 2018 by 1100 Architects.


1973 - 50 Eastway Drive, Southampton NY. Bates built a house on the former property of architect Grosvenor Atterbury's family estate. The original residence burned down in the 1920s. Pool, patio, and garage added in 1996. Sold in 2000 to Moz, LLC.


1973 - The Jay Spectre House, 2699 Deerfield Road, Sag Harbor NY. Interior design by Jay Spectre. Featured in Architectural Digest, March 1975. Sold to Richard Berger. Rented to Fred Dorfman and Susan Spagna who later bought it. In 2003 they hired Bates to renovate add a bedroom, office, pool adjacent bathroom, and basement entertainment area.


Around 1973 - 47 Harbor Hill Lane, East Hampton NY. Sold to Norman Poser. Sold in 2013 to Markus Bannert and Thomas Birer.


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1975 - 90 Cross Highway, Amagansett NY. Sold to Enid Roth. Sold in 2019 to Cynthia DePaula. Sold in 2021 to Matthew Rheingold.


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1977 - 18 Hedges Banks Drive, East Hampton NY. Sold to John Marder and Joan Kron. Sold in 2006 to Edward Wilkerson. Renovated down to the studs and greatly enlarged in 2008. Sold in 2021 to Eric and Samantha Kanter.


1979 - The Harry Bates House 1, 32 Hedges Banks Drive, East Hampton NY. Sold to Joseph Pernica. Sold in 2014 to Abundance LLC. Sold in 2020 to Geoffrey Schwartz. Sold in 2021 to 32 Hedges LLC / Geoffrey Schwartz. Destroyed. Video.


1979 - The Harry Bates House 2, 12 North Hollow Drive, East Hampton NY. 1600 sf. Sold in 2017 to Alexander Sipkes.


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Around 1980 - The Steve and Sandy Hunter House, 4 Hedges Banks Drive, East Hampton NY. Still owned by the Hunters as of 2022.


Around 1980 - 23 Hedges Banks Drive, East Hampton NY. Expanded and renovated beyond recognition. Sold to Christine Gennaro. Sold in 1996 to Victor and Jane Levinson. Sold in 2002 to Max Frieda. Sold in 2004 to Ross Grosshart. Sold in 2021 to Christiane and Jean Claude Gruffat.


1980 - 28 Georgica Close Road, East Hampton NY. Sold to Peter Peterson. Sold in 1996 to Anne Easton.


1981 - The Andre Dupuis House, 27 North Hollow Drive, East Hampton NY. Sold in 2013 to Thomas A. Teeple. Sold in 2017 to George C. Doomany.


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Around 1981 - 32 North Hollow Drive, East Hampton NY. Sold in 2013. Sold to Anthony and Yvette Valentine.


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1982 - 1 Swan Creek Court, Water Mill NY. Part of Mecox Landing, a condo development designed by Bates. Sold in 2011 to Robert Dowling. Sold in 2016 to Marjorie Baldinger.


1986 - 37 Bob White Drive, Water Mill NY. Sold to Kerstin and Chuck Burgess. Sold in 2016 to Mauricio Bittencourt. Deeded to 37 Bob White LLC.


1989 - The Harry and Linda Macklowe House, aka the Georgica Pond House, 78 Georgica Close Road, East Hampton NY. Designed with Booher and Lund. Sold in 2020 to LDBM2 LLC.


1990 - 28 Hedges Banks Drive, East Hampton NY. 5000sf. Sold to Carol Roman. Sold in 2016 to Yueh-Hsia Wang. Renovated.


1994 - The John Rand House, 1076 Ocean Road, Water Mill NY. 5 bedrooms, 6 baths, 4850 sf. Sold in 1999 to Elaine S. Good. Sold in 2018 to 1076 Ocean Road LLC. 2021 renovation by Sagaponack Builders. For sale in 2022.


1997 - The Gary and Carol Scott Additions, 95 Old Farm Road, Sagaponack NY. Bruce Nagel was the residence architect, Bates Masi designed the garage, deck, and cabana. Sold in 2021 to Keith and Lori Wolf.


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1997 - The John Marino House, aka Star Top, 52 Startop Drive, Montauk NY. Designed with Paul Masi. Rental house.


1999 - The Joel Cutler Compound, aka Buzzard's Bay, 67 Gunning Point Road, Falmouth MA. 15,000 sf family compound. Featured in Residential Architect, July 2006.


2000 - The Friedman House. Status unknown, do you know where it is?


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2002 - The Paul and Liz Masi House, aka Elizabeth H, 42 Northway, East Hampton NY.  Designed by Paul Masi.  Won the 2003 AIA Long Island Award. Sold in 2011 to Tom Eich, who did renovations. Sold in 2021.


2002 - aka Herc House, unbuilt.


Around 2004 - aka CDCH House.  Won a 2004 Long Island Award; 2007 AIA Peconic Award. Status unknown, do you know where it is?


2004 - The Asa Gosman House, aka Montauket House, 9 Beech Hollow Court, Montauk NY. Designed with Paul Masi. Sold in 2008 to Glenn Schubert.


2004 - aka Culloden Point, unbuilt.


2005 - The Caroline Upcher House, 131 Windward, East Hampton NY. Won the 2005 AIA New York State Award; 2005 AIA Long Island Award; 2006 Residential Architect Magazine Award; 2007 AIA Peconic Award. Sold in 2011 to Virendra Sikka and Sukanya Sachdeva.


2005 - aka Cherry Point, unbuilt.


2006 - The Janet Grove and Carolyn Gilgli House, aka Landfall, 19 Beechwood Court, East Hampton NY. Designed with Paul Masi. Featured in Residential Architect, July 2006. Sold in 2014 to Rebecca Rozen. Sold in 2020 to Levan Unlimited LLC.


2006 - aka Monte Brisas, unbuilt.


2007 - The Randi Ball Renovation, aka Mako Renovation, 17 Mako Lane, Amagansett NY. Designed with Paul Masi. Last photo is pre-renovation. Sold to Anna Rima.


2007 - aka Silver Hollow, unbuilt. Won the 2007 AIA New York State; 2007 AIA Long Island Award; 2008 AIA Peconic Award.


2008 - The Bradford Roaman House, 76 Oak Lane, Amagansett NY. Designed with Paul Masi. Won the 2008 AIA Peconic Award. Sold in 2017 to 76 Oak LLC.


Around 2008 - aka North Main. Won a 2018 AIA Long Island Award; 2018 AIA New York State Award; 2017 and 2008 AIA Peconic Awards. Status unknown, do you know where it is?


 

2008 - The Gregory and Victoria Masi Pryor House, aka 40 Edison Properties III, 36 Edison Drive, Montauk NY. Designed for Paul Masi's sister. 1.6 acres, 3200 sf. Structural engineer, Stephen Maresca. Won the 2009 AIA Long Island Award; 2010 AIA New York State Award; 2010 AIA Peconic Award. Featured in DWELL and NY Magazine.


2008 - aka Spinner, unbuilt.


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2008 - The Lawrence Bellone and Sarah Smith House, aka Northwest Peach Farm, 96 Northwest Road, East Hampton NY. Built by Robert Padden. Structural engineer, Stephen Maresca. Won the 2008 AIA Long Island Award; 2013 Crittall Prize.


2008 - aka Twin Pond, unbuilt.


 

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2009 - The Eric Rasmussen House, aka Noyack Creek, 63 Cedar Point Lane, Noyack NY. Built by Brian Mannix; structural engineer, Stephen Maresca. Won a 2009 AIA New York State Award; 2010 AIA Peconic Award.


 

 

2009 - The Joesph and Herbert Shalant House, aka Lion's Head, 92 Runnymede Drive East, East Hampton NY. Designed with Paul Masi. Replaced a family house that burned down in 2001. Overlooking Gardiner's Bay. Built by Karl Avallone. Won a 2010 AIA Long Island Award.


 

2010 - aka Salt Cay, unbuilt. Won a 2010 AIA Peconic Award.


2010 - The Victor and Athena Calderone Renovation, aka Robins Way, 21 Robins Way, East Hampton NY. Designed with Paul Masi. This was a complete renovation down to the studs of a 1960s kit house expanded to 2000 sf. Last photo from original house. Won the 2011 AIA Long Island Award; 2011 AIA Peconic Award; 2013 Watermark Award.


 

2010 - The Andrew J. and Amy Weinstein House, aka Quail Hill, 419 Town Lane, Amagansett NY. Designed with Paul Masi. Won the 2010 AIA Peconic award; 2010 AIA Long Island Award. Sold in 2015 to Tyler Henritze.


2011 - The Richard T. and Alicia Z. Scanlon Vacation House, aka Genius Loci, 61 Startop Drive, Montauk NY. Built by Davis Builders. Structural Engineer, Stephen L. Maresca. Won the 2011 International Design Awards Gold; 2011 AIA Long Island Archiaward; 2011 AIA Peconic Honor Award; 2012 AIA NY State Citation Award; was a 2012 Architectural Record House; 2012 Residential Architect Magazine Design Award. Available for rent.


2011 - The Andrew and Allison Brod House, aka Sam's Creek, 385 Jobs Lane, Water Mill NY. Built by Breitenbach Builders. Structural Engineer, Stephen L. Maresca. Won the 2012 AIA NY State Award of Merit. Available for rent.


2012 - aka Twenty Seven, unbuilt.


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2012 - The Frank Solaris Remodel, aka Shinnecock, aka Far Pond Renovation, 50 Far Pond Road, Southampton NY. Designed with Paul Masi. Doubling of a 1970s kit house using a panel system. Won the 2013 AIA Long Island Best of the Best; 2013 AIA Long Island Award; 2014 Architectural Record Kitchen. Built by Breitenbach.


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2013 - aka Northwest Harbor, East Hampton NY. Built by Brian Mannix. Structural Engineer, Stephen Maresca. Won the 2008 AIA New York State Award of Merit; 2008 AIA Peconic Award. Status unknown, do you know where it is?


2013 - The Eric and Tracy Semler House, 3 Fairfield Pond Lane, Sagaponack NY. 3.2 acres Designed with Paul Masi. Commissioned 2011. Deeded to their LLC, 3 FPL LLC. Sold in 2022.


2013 - The James and Christine Boyle House, aka Mothersill, 56 Pauls Lane, Water Mill NY. There was a 1962 Andrew Geller house and studio on the property when the Boyles bought it in 2010. The Geller house was turned into a guest house and the studio a pool house - and a new main house and pool was built. Built by Keith Romeo; structural Engineer, Stephen Maresca; interiors by Damon Liss. Won the 2013 AIA Peconic Award; 2013 Interior Design Best of the Year; 2013 AIA Long Island Award; 2014 AIA New York State Merit Award.


2013 - The Salt Parks LLC House, aka Pierson's Way, 4 Pierson Lane, Wainscott NY. Built by Men at Work Construction Company. Structural Engineer, Stephen L. Maresca. Interiors by Damon Liss. Won the 2014 International Design Award Silver Award and Honorable Mention; 2014 AIA Peconic Award; 2013 AIA Long Island Award; 2013 AIA NY State Award; 2014 Residential Architect Award.


2013 - aka Star Ranch, unbuilt.


 

2014 - The Paul and Elizabeth Masi House, aka Elizabeth II, 272 Main Street East, Amagansett NY. Designed by Paul Masi; built by Bates Masi. 3200 sf. Structural Engineer, Stephen L. Maresca. Won the 2014 AIA Peconic Award; 2015 AIA New York State; 2015 Residential Architect; 2014 AIA Long Island.


 

2014 - The Herbert and Evelyn Clark House, aka Beach Hampton, 9 Ocean Lane, Amagansett NY. Designed with Paul Masi. Built on a quarter acre, the homeowners had owned the property for 40 years and restrictions were tight. 600sf near the beach. Won a 2018 AIA Long Island award. Sold in 2020 to CG88 Associates LLC.


2014 - The Patrick Fluery and Emily Reycroft House, aka Amagansett Dunes, 47 Treasure Island Drive, Amagansett NY. Designed with Paul Masi. 1725 sf. 14 acres. Won the 2017 AIA QUAD State Honor Award; 2015 Architects Newspaper Best of Awards; 2015 AIA Peconic  Award; 2015 AIA Long Island Award.


 

2014 - The Georg and Anna Catherina Schloendorff House, aka Promised Land, 9 Devonshire Lane, Amagansett NY. Designed with Paul Masi. Won a 2015 AIA Peconic Award; 2015 AIA Long Island Award.


2014 - The Kenneth and Licia Zigar House, aka Hither Hills, 18 Coolidge Road, Montauk NY. Sold in 2020 to Bruce Curtis.


2015 - The Richard and Alicia Scanlon House II, aka Underhill, 30 Underhill Road, Locust Valley NY. Designed with Paul Masi. Featured in 2017 Architectural Record Houses; 2018 AIA Housing Award; 2016 Architects Newspaper Best of Awards; 2016 Residential Architect Design Award; 2016 AIA Peconic Award;
2016 AIA Long Island Award; 2016 AIA New York State Award.


2015 - The Gordon McMahon House, aka Sembro LLC, aka Sagaponack, 7 Fairfield Pond Lane, Sagaponack NY. Built by Wright and Company. Structural Engineer, Gilsanz Murray Steficek. Interiors by Victoria Pryor. Commissioned 2012. Won the 2012 International Design Awards 1st; 2013 AIA Peconic Award; 2013 AIA Long Island Award; 2013 AIA New York State Award; 2013 Residential Architect Award.


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2015 - The Susan Halpern House, aka Georgica Close, 48 Georgica Close Road, East Hampton NY. Designed with Paul Masi. Won a 2018 AIA Peconic Award; 2018 AIA Long Island.


2015 - 132 Main Walk, Fire Island, Yaphank NY. Commissioned 2015. Won the 2008 AIA Peconic Merit Award; 2008 US Green Building Council Award.


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2016 - The Raphael Silver and Joan Silver Micklin House, aka Georgica Cove, 40 La Forest Lane, East Hampton NY. Designed with Paul Masi. Won a 2019 Residential Architect Award; 2019 AIA Housing Award; 2018 AIA New York State Award; 2018 American Architecture Award; 2017 AIA Peconic Award; 2017 AIA Long Island.


2016 - The Sloan Schaeffer Renovation, aka Sag Harbor Sanctuary, 48 Madison Street, Sag Harbor NY. Conversion of an 1800s church, first photo. Only part of the Bates Masi renovations were completed, second photo. Sold in 2018 to artists Eric Fischl and April Gornik who hired architect Lee Skolnick to do the final renovation into a community arts center.


Around 2016 - aka Sebonac Creek. Commissioned 2016. 14.5 acres. Unbuilt.


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2017 - The Nathalie Beatty House, aka Acton Cove, 7 Southgate Court, Annapolis MD. Designed with Paul Masi. Commissioned 2016. Won a 2020 AIA Peconic Award; 2019 American Architecture Award; 2018 AIA Chesapeake Bay; 2018 AIA Long Island; 2018 AIA Maryland.


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2017 - The 159 Atlantic LLC House / David Caldwell House, aka Atlantic, 159 Atlantic Avenue, Amagansett NY. Sold in 2018 to Sfam Atlantic LLC. Sold in 2022 to American Compressed Gases Inc. Won a 2020 AIA New York State award; also 2017 AIA Peconic and 2017 AIA Long Island.


2017 - The Harry Macklowe Apartment, 432 Park Avenue, New York NY. Commissioned 2012.


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2017 - aka House in St. Thomas, Virgin Islands. Status unknown, do you know where it is?


 

2017 - The Harry Bates House, 410 South 5th Street, Fernandina Beach FL.


 

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2018 - The Pantai LLC House, aka Sagg Farm, 813 Daniels Lane, Sagaponack NY. 2 acres. 11695 sf. Commissioned 2016. Designed by Paul Masi, Katherine Dalene Weil; built by Lettieri Construction. Won awards from 2021 AIA Peconic, 2022 AIA Long Island, 2020 AIA New York State.


2018 - The Mitchell Minskoff House, aka 139 Seascape LLC House, 139 Seascape Lane, Sagaponack NY. 5000 sf. Designed by Paul Masi. Sold in 2019 to Hamptons Seascape LLC.


Around 2019 - aka Kih'than. Won awards from 202 AIA Peconic, 2019 AIA Long Island, 2019 AIA Tri-State. Status unknown, do you know where it is?


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Around 2020 - aka House in East Hampton, aka Wainscott, Wainscott NY. Three semi-attached buildings totaling 11450sf. Designed by Paul Masi, Katherine Dalene Weil, Nick Darin, Nick Braaksma, Hung Fai Tang. Structural, Steve Maresca; built by Men at Work. Stonework by Bybee Stone. Won a 2021 AIA New York State Award. Status unknown, do you know where it is?


Around 2020 - aka Signal Hill. Won a 2022 AIA Long Island award. Status unknown, do you know where it is?


Around 2020 - aka Milestone.  Won awards from 2021 AIA Tri-State, 2021 New York State, 2020 AIA Long Island. Status unknown, do you know where it is?




Around 2020 - aka Stony Hill. Was a 2021 Architectural Record house. Also won 2022 AIA Peconic, 2021 AIA Tri-State, 2021 AIA Long Island, 2021 AIA New York State. Status unknown, do you know where it is?


Around 2020 - aka Napeague. Won a 2022 AIA Peconic award; 2022 AIA Long Island award. Status unknown, do you know where it is?

Sources include: Harry Bates.