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Developers Try To Revive Vacant Mill Complexes

Adaptive reuse projects are among the most complex projects for developers as they attempt to...

FHFA Proposal Would Limit FHLB Membership

A recent proposal from the Federal Housing Finance Agency that would limit membership in the...

How Are We Doing?

Bank customers, particularly those of the larger banks, are used to email and phone inquiries...

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Conn. September Home Sales Post Modest Increase

Connecticut single-family home sales recorded a modest increase in September, while prices fell for the seventh consecutive month year-over-year, according to the latest report by The Warren Group, publisher of The Commercial Record.

Jordan Paige Food Enterprises Moves To North Haven From Branford

Jordan Paige Food Enterprises is relocating to North Haven.

Kids' Furniture Manufacturer Expands In Torrington

A leading manufacturer of high end children's furniture has signed a long-term lease in Torrington.

Coca Cola Signs 53K SF Waterbury Lease

Coca Cola Refreshments USA Inc. has signed a lease for a 53,000-square-foot warehouse and distribution facility in Waterbury.

Former Webster Bank Building Sells For $1M

A former Webster Bank building in New Milford has sold for $1 million.

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Connecticut Single-Family Home Sales Post Slight Gain In July

Timothy M. Warren Jr., CEO of The Warren Group, discusses the July real estate activity.

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