Blog - The Nine Seaside, Florida Beach Pavilions
The main goal of the pavilions was for the pavilions to become distinctive landmarks to represent Seaside, Florida. The pavilions serve dual purpose – gateways to the beach as well help protect the dune system. The open gateways provide a gathering spot for guests and owners to take in the view as well as chat with others.
From east to west they are: Tupelo (architect: Ernesto Buch), Savannah (architect: Tom Crist), East Ruskin (Stuart Cohen and Anders Nereim Architects), Seaside (architect: Eric Watson), Coleman, West Ruskin (architect: Michael McDonough), Pensacola (architect: Tony Atkins), Odessa (architect: Roger Ferri), Natchez (architect: Jersey Devil). Visit cottagerentalagency.com to book your stay.
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