PMC new clubhouse proposal is $5 million ‘phased build’ plan with year-round pool

  • [illustrations by Gwynne Pugh Urban Studio]

    [illustrations by Gwynne Pugh Urban Studio]

Due process, transparency and financing plan are in the spotlight

By Patric Hedlund, TME

Just weeks after Christmas two years ago, in the first days of 2017, a fantasy dream—like dancing sugar plum fairies—was dangled before the eyes of the homeowners of the Pine Mountain Club Property Owners Association (PMCPOA).

John Cantley, Ben Salazar and other members of the PMCPOA Planning Committee, along with PMC Board Chair William Gurtner, presented a grand vision for a new clubhouse complex that…(please see below to view full stories and photographs)

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Above: Architect Gwynne Pugh’s Urban Studio concept images of interior and exterior spaces for PMCPOA’s proposed clubhouse updates; Right, above: pool canopy cover supports; and below: golf course view of pool with canopy. A phased-build proposal was presented to members Saturday, Feb. 23.

Above: Weekend PMC residents architect Gwynne Pugh and Linda Pugh of the Santa Monica-based Urban Studio said the proposed plan uses the current footprint of the existing clubhouse, with the new pool placed between the tennis courts and a new clubhouse dining deck. A new administrative wing would be built in the area of the existing pool.

Above: Overall schematic view from the southwest, with pool canopy (to the southeast) and new administrative wing to the north (in place where current pool is located). Right: About 70 people watched architect Gwynne Pugh’s presentation on February 23.

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