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Heights on the River

Rental apartments and retail on East Grand Avenue, Fair Haven Heights, New Haven, CT

Once home to a bustling commercial streetscape with apartments on upper floors, this stretch of East Grand Avenue, the gateway to Fair Haven Heights, sits almost vacant today. We propose to bring rental apartments, a new restaurant/café to the corner at the river, a private entrance for residents and retail spaces that will likely attract…

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The Vault

This historic building in Norwich, CT known as Geer’s Block was built circa 1878. The longtime home to an insurance company, with a large vault in the basement, our modernization proposes a mixed-use building of cafe/restaurant on the street level and four apartments on the upper floors. On the ground floor, the original mosaic floor,…

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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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Saint Mary Place

Saint Mary Place | Patriquin Architects, New Haven Architectural Services

The 1898 school building, originally constructed for the children of Saint Mary Star of the Sea Church in New London, CT, will be converted to affordable apartments. Saint Mary Place will feature twenty studio and one-bedroom apartments with historic detailing and modern amenities. The team worked with the State Historic Preservation Office to restore historic…

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Jefferson Commons

Jefferson Commons | Patriquin Architects, New Haven Architectural Services

Located next to the New London High School, the complex is comprised of twelve one-, two- and three-bedroom garden style units and a community building around a central open space. A large rock outcropping and native plantings have been preserved as features in the open park. The parking area is clustered to preserve open space.…

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Chestnut Building

Chestnut Building Front Entry | Patriquin Architects, New Haven Architectural Services

Located on the corner of Chestnut Street and Ivy Street in downtown Branford, Connecticut, the site is at the crossroads of Main Street’s commercial area and a residential neighborhood. The architecture reflects the site’s residential/commercial use duality. The 4,000 SF floor plan is divided into four volumes, to reduce its scale. The second story houses…

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Housing Authority of New Haven – RAD Conversions 2

Senior Housing owned by the Housing Authority of New Haven, Connecticut

Housing Authority of New Haven / Elm City Communities owns and operates multiple developments that they are converting to Rental Assistance Demonstration properties. These conversions are being renovated to be sustainable over a twenty-year period. This second group of 2 building sites incorporates substantial renovations/additions for code upgrades – elevator upgrades, switchgear replacement, energy efficiency…

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Housing Authority of New Haven – RAD Conversions I

Housing Authority of New Haven / Elm City Communities owns and operates multiple developments that they are converting to Rental Assistance Demonstration properties. These conversions are being renovated to be sustainable over a twenty-year period. This first group of 3 building sites incorporate small renovations/additions for code upgrades – energy efficiency and ADA compliance –…

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