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The Quinnipiac River Oyster Farm is granted a Certificate of Appropriateness by the New Haven Historic District Commission

Oyster Farm Expansion, Redesigned, Wins Support – New Haven Independent

By Karin | February 18, 2019

    It’s not every day that neighbors dispatch their lawyer before a city commission for the sole purpose of expressing joy at an outcome. That’s happened at the most recent meeting of the Historic District Commission at City Hall.

Trinity Baptist Church wins Zoning Approval from the City of New Haven

Church Expands on Superblock – New Haven Independent

By Karin | January 30, 2019

  A State Street church is spreading its wings just as it is about to get some new neighbors.  

Heights on the River - Patriquin Architects

Heights on the River – New Haven Independent

By Karin | February 9, 2018

A city developer plans to create a mini-neighborhood of middle-income apartments and local stores done in the architectural style of the historical oystering village along the East Grand Avenue side of the Quinnipiac River — an idea a previous builder tried and failed to carry out. The builders, Juan Salas-Romer and Noel Petra of NHR…

Developers of 3 Norwich buildings love city’s charm

By Karin | June 15, 2017

  NORWICH — A Bronx developer has closed this week on the sale of three commercial buildings on lower Broadway in downtown Norwich, with plans to develop them in the near future. Randy Persaud is the new owner of the Fairhaven building, at 24-28 Broadway, along with 51-53 and 59-61 Broadway, which are on either…

Bronx developer purchases 3 downtown Norwich buildings

By Karin | June 14, 2017

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…


By Karin | February 17, 2017

In the February 2017 issue of The New England Real Estate Journal, we are featured in the ‘Question of the Month’. We answer the question ‘Who Needs a Site and Feasibility Study?’ in an article which features an infographic about the process of making an informed decision about a property. Digital version of the article here.

Article on King's Block Bicentennial Celebration

‘All Hail the King’s Block at Bicentennial’

By Karin | October 2, 2016

Our Open House and the bicentennial celebration of our building – King’s Block – in Fair Haven is covered here in an article by The New Haven Independent. Last Thursday, we hosted about 60 people who celebrated and toured our office on the first floor and the shared conference space on the third floor. Deb…

New Haven Magazine, Outdoor Oasis, Patriquin Architects


By Karin | April 15, 2015

We were mentioned in New Haven Magazine’s March-April 2015 issue, pages 39-43. Getting Outside Again ‘Cabin fever is finally giving way to life back outside. We share some of our favorite outside views to help usher in a new attitude.’ … Architect Karin Patriquin created an ideal space for entertaining friends and family. This protected…

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Property of the Month: Patriquin Architects designs new 9,200 s/f Friends Center for Children in New Haven

By Karin | April 23, 2014

NEWSFLASH: We were featured in the New England Real Estate Journal in March! Read the article below: New Haven, CT With six months under their belts, the administrators, teachers, parents and children of the new Friends Center for Children in New Haven have weighed in on their new facility. “We are especially proud of the…

A New Facility in New Haven Embodies the Principle of the

A New Facility in New Haven Embodies the Principle of the Environment as a Teaching Tool

By Karin | January 30, 2014

The Architecture of Early Childhood, Jan 29, 2014 To view download the article below: To read more about the Friends Center for Children, click here.