201 Edgewater Street

New York City

201 Edgewater Street is a new building design by Cutrona Architects for the New York and New Jersey Sandy Hook Pilots Association, founded in 1694.

The building is resilient, being built on a raised plinth above the FEMA Design Flood Elevation for the site and comprises 13,500 square feet. All site utilities, electrical and similar are installed to withstand a 100 year storm event. 100% stand-by electrical capacity is provided by generators, that will also be used for load shedding.

This building replaces two buildings on this site that were destroyed by Superstorm Sandy.

Client

  • New York and New Jersey Sandy Hook Pilots Association

Architect

  • Cutrona Architects

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