Patrick Sin is an Associate Principal and Project Manager. With over 20 years of experience, Patrick focuses on market-rate, affordable housing, mixed-use, student housing and adaptive re-use projects. He has extensive experience managing complicated projects while working closely with clients, consultants and general contractors.
Having lived in Europe and Asian before moving to the United States, Patrick has had exposures to various architectural styles and had seen diverse ways a built environment interacts with its users. His passion for affordable housing, senior housing, and urban infill development has allowed him to manage projects from a new perspective and have led him to become a mission-driven architect and project manger. He believes building an adequate supply of residential units will lower rental rates and help to address some of the socioeconomic issues and affordable housing shortage in the United States.
Patrick is currently working on several permanent supportive housing (PSH) projects with a combined count of over 500 units in the City and County of Los Angeles such as Aria, Westhaven, Towne I and Mission Gateway.