In Pointe-Marie, we are returning to this rich tradition, with our already-memorable collection of intimate and engaging civic structures, pop-up retail, entertainment venues and other gathering space – all built in the very first phase of our village development.
These special structures and gathering areas have been instrumental in entertaining and engaging our residents, guests and visitors from day one, while becoming a powerful foundation for the large-scale structures of our Village Center, a one-of-a-kind major gathering and entertainment center.
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An iconic screened gathering pavilion for the entire village that has become a primary venue for village events, parties, seminars, concerts, and recitals. Post and beam construction and vaulted ceilings direct ventilation up through a functional roof cupola.
An elevated bandstand that can handle anything from an intimate theater production, concert, recital and presentation – or simply double as additional enclosed pavilion space for special gatherings.
Village Center Pool
In keeping with our mission of transcending the “typical neighborhood pool”, our Village Center Pool features Louisiana vernacular architecture, a 37’ X 82’ main pool with 4 regulation swim lanes (for swim meet events), pool fountains, 4 intimate private cabanas, a gathering/entertainment/bandstand cabana, men’s and women’s restroom pavilions with built in exterior seating benches, adjacent 25’ children’s play/pool area, extensive sunning and gathering areas and much more!
Memorable towns and villages have a number of large and small parks – each with its own distinct personality – adding an extra dash of cayenne to the neighborhood social gumbo. And dog parks are not just for the dogs and their owners. A dog park is for everyone. A reason to get together (with Fido or not) and just smile (sometimes laugh) at the antics of the dogs (and their owners)!
The Community Garden continues to flourish as it has for the past 2 years, providing fresh vegetables for our residents and their guests. For some, fussing alone in the garden is a constant joy, others savor gathering with neighbors and friends, and still others simply enjoy the harvest!
Why can’t playgrounds be designed well and still be fun? How could the “architecture” of the playground add to the neighborhood? Can we help kids of different ages play and interact? And how can parents enjoy themselves in a resort pool setting while keeping track of their kids? We think we’ve answered all in the affirmative.