The largest private shareholder of United Financial Bancorp stock is criticizing the planned acquisition of the company by People’s United Bank and urging fellow shareholders to oppose it.
Fairfield County office vacancies rose slightly to 26.8 percent in the second quarter, with a big lease by WWE in Stamford offset by a developer’s repositioning of the Matrix Corporate Center in Danbury.
New York financial services firm Ideanomics announced its plans for a 58-acre former University of Connecticut commuter campus in West Harford on Monday.
A former industrial property that has long sat as an eyesore just outside downtown Fairfield is poised for new life after a decade-long cleanup project has been completed.
Bradley International Airport in Connecticut has broken ground on a $210 million transportation center, promised to be a “huge customer service improvement.”
Downtown New Haven’s building boom continued chugging along as city officials signed off on seven projects that would bring 202 apartments to the neighborhood Thursday night.
The Trump administration has decided the country’s 800,000 “Dreamers” – undocumented immigrants brought here as children but who have grown up here – are no longer eligible for federally insured mortgages, causing consternation and confusion among mortgage lenders.
The owners of a nearly century-old Connecticut furniture store are closing their doors in the fall, citing increased competition and because no one in the family wants to run the business.