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As we embark on a new year, we are excited to share some news about our people, our clients, and our work together.
We look forward to sharing more exciting news in 2023,
as we work together with you—our clients, our partners, our colleagues, and our friends—to create places of enduring value that serve, sustain, and enrich life.
Our longtime client UConn announced in December their goal to achieve carbon neutrality by 2030, with Newman's projects a large part of moving the needle. Read more here.
Newman continues our work with Fairfield University, working closely with campus leadership to support the University’s planned enrollment growth according to their 2030 master plan with new and expanded residential and academic buildings and programs. In addition to the new Regis West Residence Hall and other residence hall renovation projects, our current work with Fairfield includes two off-campus satellite projects:
The new co-located school, designed by Newman for Baltimore City Public Schools in a joint venture with Penza Bailey, a studio of PRIME AE, won both an AIA Connecticut Design Award of Merit and an AIA Maryland Excellence in Design Award. See more here.
Newman worked with J. Press to fully renovate the historic Tyco Print building on Elm Street and create a new three-story flagship store that brings a sense of celebration to the Broadway streetscape. Since the opening in J. Press reports a significant increase in sales. See more here.
We completed our work on The Hazel Stamford for Alpine Development and Fields Grade, a seven-story apartment building in the South End filled with amenities. Tenants enjoy a landscaped roof terrace with pool, coworking and community spaces, fitness center, and demonstration kitchen with classes run by Hudson Table. See more here.
Newman joined the Branford Housing Authority and Beacon Communities to celebrate the official groundbreaking for the redevelopment of Parkside Village 1 into a new building with 67 affordable, supportive housing units. Read more here.
In September, we joined the leadership and residents of The Towers, the pre-eminent senior community in New Haven, in breaking ground for a vibrant new community garden and the renovation the ground floor common spaces. Read more here.
In recognition of her contributions to many aspects of our practice, Newman has named Laura Gilmore, AIA, LEED GA an Associate Principal of the firm. Laura has had a major impact on our practice since joining in office in 2018, bringing a keen design sensibility, a deep commitment to our work, and demonstrated skill in balancing the aspirations of clients, teams, and communities. Read more here.
Last fall, we welcomed two new hires to our fold: Caitlin Toczko, WELL AP, LEED GA, Assoc. IALD, joins us as Senior Lighting Designer, and Molly Sullivan as Marketing Coordinator. Please join us in welcoming Cait and Molly!
As part of her Newman internship, Ella Knight, a M.Arch candidate from the Rhode Island School of Design, developed a Rhino software plug-in called Polychrome that uses photography to derive project color palettes that are unique and connected to context.
New School University undergraduate Charlotte Munday spent her time at Newman restoring our collection of physical models and curating them into an exhibit that we unveiled at our ribbon-cutting in October and that remains on display at our office.
Peter Newman and Cait Toczko of Newman collaborated on a serene lighting installation as part of the fifth annual Edgerton Park Winter Solstice Luminary Walk, "The World is your Oyster". Five orbs of light balanced on low platforms, creating a contemplative environment under the canopy of evergreens on the longest night of the year.