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    Sunday, December 03, 2023

    Point One Architects expands; Old Lyme massage therapist opens business in Old Saybrook

    Kennedy Nabule has opened a new massage therapy office in Old Saybrook at 954 Middlesex Turnpike. (Photo submitted)

    Point One Architects opens Madison office

    Old Lyme-based Point One Architects has opened a second office in Madison at 17 Wall St.

    “Residential real estate sales activity in our area is unprecedented,” said Kathy Mitchell, Brokerage Manager for William Pitt-Julia B. Fee Sotheby’s International Realty’s Guilford and Madison offices, in a release. “Buyer demand has been off the charts. People are leaving the cities and relocating to the suburbs.”

    “We want to be a resource for the homeowner and the community,” says Rick Staub, partner with Point One Architects. “Building and renovating on the coast has become increasingly challenging due to increasing FEMA, state and local regulations. It’s important to know ahead of time what you can and cannot do.”

    For more than 20 years, the company has been designing and renovating homes along the Connecticut shoreline.

    For more information, call the Madison office (203) 779-5510 or Old Lyme office (860) 860.434.7707. www.pointonearchitects.com.

    Old Lyme massage therapist opens Old Saybrook office

    Kennedy Nabule of Old Lyme has opened a new massage therapy office at 954 Middlesex Turnpike, Old Saybrook.

    According to a release, Nabule is a licensed massage therapist who specializes in medical, neuromuscular, deep tissue, Swedish, and many other therapeutic types of massages. He originally gained his master’s in American Studies from Fairfield University, then went on to follow his passion and get his Massage Therapy licensure in 2003.

    He spent 14 years working as a massage therapy instructor and the last three years at a chiropractor’s office.

    Kennedy works with clients of all ages, many of whom are experiencing chronic pain or other medical issues.

    For more information, call 203-823-5123.

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