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Project Share: Virtual Tour of 27 Stack Street apartments

Join us on a virtual, high-definition video tour of our historic mill adaptive reuse project at 27 Stack Street in Middletown! In our latest visualization showcase, we’ve created a four-part video series of our proposed conversion of a disused two-story factory building into 19 units of affordable housing. Each video segment was created in-house, using…

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Adaptive Reuse: 27 Stack Street

A look at the interior of an historic silk manufacturing building conversion to affordable apartments.         AN EXISTING BUILDING This factory building was constructed in the 1890s for the processing of silk. At the time, these floor plates and structural bays were considered large, but they no longer meet modern manufacturing requirements. The building…

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27 Stack Street

27 Stack Street Housing Front Entry | Patriquin Architects, New Haven Architectural Services

The Portland Silk Manufacturing Co built a building complex in the late 1800s in a strategic location by the river and railroad in Middletown, CT. After falling into disrepair it is now being converted to affordable apartments. 27 Stack will feature nineteen one- and two-bedroom apartments with historic finishes and a modern feel. Read More:…

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Brian Gonzalez, Architectural Designer

Brian Gonzalez, Architectural Designer Brian Gonzalez has worked on multi-family housing projects since he joined the team in fall of 2015 – Saint Mary Place in New London, CT and Stack Street Housing in Middletown, CT. He brings Revit skills and a strong sense of design to the office’s projects. His attention to detail and…

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5 Challenges and Solutions When Restoring Historic Buildings

We have been fortunate through the years to have the opportunity to participate in the restoration and revitalization of a number of historic buildings in Connecticut. This includes both residential and mixed-use developments with public and private backing.   From feasibility studies and designs through construction, we have been involved in all phases of these…

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Bronx developer purchases 3 downtown Norwich buildings

NORWICH – Bronx developer Randy Persaud extended his hand and received a set of keys for the vacant building at 51-53 Broadway from his attorney Tuesday afternoon and put them in his pocket. “Now it’s real,” he said a few minutes later. Persaud’s Bronx-based Stackstone Group development company on Tuesday completed the purchase of three…

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OUR TOP PICKS OF 2016!

As the end of the year approaches, we are reflecting on our favorite moments of 2016 – projects, events, drawings, models, articles.  We have enjoyed sharing these with you, our readers, throughout the year. We look forward to a wonderful 2017 ahead! Here are our favorites moments of 2016… FAVORITE RENDERING This courtyard park at Saint…

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The World of GIFs in Design

Just as GIFs have taken over social media, we have begun using GIFs in our architectural design presentations. GIFs – Graphic Interchange Format files – are actuallly a file type, but they are more commonly known for the fact that they can support animations at low resolutions. In the design world, we use them to…

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Project Share: Adaptive Reuse of Historic Mill Building

This former silk manufacturing building in Middletown, CT is being converted into affordable apartments. The former loading dock annex becomes the entry to the building, with a front porch, the main office and post office boxes located there. A pedestrian walk takes you from the street to the entrance, with room for bicycles, and close…

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