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CT State Medical Society Relocates in North Haven


The Connecticut State Medical Society has leased 10,000 sq. ft. of prime office space at 110 Washington. Avenue in North Haven, CT. The Society has sold their former building at 127 Washington Avenue to Yale University. Jeff Dow of Dow Realty represented The Society.

The CT State Medical Society is a federation of 8 CT county medical associations, with a membership of more than 7,000 physicians. The aim of The Society is to provide its members with a collective voice. The Connecticut State Medical Society is an association of Doctors of medicine combining their influence with that of colleagues near and far, speaking out with a clear and unified voice to inform the general public and be heard in the highest councils of government.


Phoenix Song Biologicals Relocates In Branford

Phoenix Song Biologicals, a life science company that develops cutting edge stem cell-derived model systems for research and drug discovery, has leased a new location at 33 Business Park Drive in Branford, CT. Jeff Dow represented both the building owner and Phoenix Song Biologicals in the transaction. The 4,650 square foot building was ideal for lease since it was fully fitted out for its new use.


Phoenix Song Biologicals is a growing company that has a strong IP portfolio and a unique combination of academic expertise and a long history of product development in drug discovery tools.

All Our Kin – 414 Chapel Street

414chapel mainAll Our Kin has found a new location for its organization to do the vital work of enabling quality child care in our neediest communities. Their work enables parents to work in support of their families, while their children receive the nurturing so critical to their development. All Our Kin has signed a long term lease to occupy 3,500 square feet in the office complex at 414 Chapel Street in New Haven, CT.

All Our Kin is a rare kind of Not for Profit organization. It is one of the few that can claim to support both workforce development and child care simultaneously. The unique mission of All Our Kin is to create and deliver programs that allow child care providers to successfully run child care initiatives in the communities that most need them. This mission enables the child care providers to have access to education, livable wages and benefits and earn respect for the high value job of caring for our children. Just as importantly, parents are supported with safe, educational and affordable child care options so that they can work. And their children gain the benefits of beginning their lives with some of the advantages, tools and experiences that all in our society should receive. All Our Kin trains and supports over 250 low income parents and educators each year, who in turn serve nearly 1,500 children.

Dow Realty is glad to have helped in finding a home for this valuable organization.

Oldest Bar in New Haven on the Market

The oldest bar in New Haven in its original location is the former Richter’s Café at 990 Chapel Street.  This historic and distinguished space has been a pub since 1858, enduring Prohibition as a speakeasy.  The bar is noteworthy for its magnificent oak woodwork and paneling which would be economically prohibitive to replicate in a space of this type today.

The bar was originally part of the New Haven House Hotel which was designed by Henry Austin, the architect of New Haven’s City Hall.  The original hotel was torn down to make room for the Taft Hotel in 1912.  The taproom survived and had its 8 foot walls raised by 4 feet.  It operated as the Taft Tap Room and was a favorite of Yale students until its first closing in 1970.  A Yale graduate, H. Richter Elser revived the establishment in 1983 as Richter’s and it operated under that name until June 2011 when it closed.  After a failed attempt to re-open the historic pub, the space was placed on the market by its owner Taft Management.  Dow Realty has been chosen to represent the landlord in a search for a tenant that will return the pub to the New Haven social scene.

NAPA of Branford Finds a Better Home

The NAPA Auto Parts store in Branford, currently located off of Main Street near the Town Green is moving to a more convenient location for its customers at 172 Cedar Street at the I95 Exit 54 interchange. NAPA Auto Parts was looking for a location that would provide a larger showroom and a more efficient operation. In addition to satisfying those requirements, the long term lease of 6,000 SF of space at this location gives NAPA better store visibility, easier highway access and more convenient customer parking – a great recipe for revenue growth. NAPA Auto Parts provides retail and professional customers with access to the most extensive inventory of auto parts in the industry and is a well recognized consumer brand. Dow Realty represented the building owner in the transaction

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