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Oceanside Residence

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Oceanside Avenue Residence 

Breezy Point, New York 

The Oceanside Avenue Residence project was a new single family residential building located on the ocean side of Breezy Point in New York City.  The site is located in a FEMA VE flood zone subject to hurricane force winds, flooding and high velocity wave action.  Steel framing was introduced with wood framing infill as a means to maximize glazing on the exterior walls facing the ocean while limiting drift.  The first floor was constructed with a concrete slab on galvanized deck held above the flood line bearing on concrete foundation walls on wood piles with flood vents to allow flood waters to pass through the foundation walls without disrupting the residence above. 

(Image Credit: BFDO Architects) 

Client: Barker/Freeman Design Office 

Year: 2014-2016