S/L/A/M Collaborative is going bicoastal as it brings a Los Angeles-area architecture firm under its corporate umbrella.
Retail vacancies in Greater Hartford declined for the first time in three years because of a limited development pipeline and conversion of some properties to other uses, according to an industry report.
Randy Vidal has kept a finger on the pulse of southwestern Connecticut’s commercial real estate market for nearly half a century.
A Boston-based real estate investment firm has sold an apartment tower in Stamford for $42 million.
Landlords, tenants and brokers have a new clearinghouse to search commercial properties throughout Connecticut.
A recently-leased Popeye’s Louisiana Kitchen property in Windsor Locks has been sold for $1.75 million.
A Massachusetts developer has submitted plans to convert the former GE Capital Corp. offices in Stamford into a senior living community.
Single-family homes are on the way out and commercial space could be in the mix at Great Pond Village, in a developer’s latest vision for a massive planned community in Windsor.
A 12-acre former housing complex property in New London is being marketed for commercial redevelopment, including potential maritime industrial uses supporting the Connecticut state pier.
She’s only been a member for five years, but Lisa Lugauskas is on a fast track to leadership at Connecticut’s largest organization for women in the commercial real estate industry.
Shelton-based Northeast Private Client Group has brokered the sale of three multifamily buildings in Norwalk for a combined $4.3 million.
An unanticipated search for office space served as the impetus for New Haven’s newest coworking space, and a donation from Comcast will pave the way for a new business incubator and education center scheduled to open in early 2019.
While Fairfield County’s office availability rate remained unchanged at 24 percent in the second quarter, activity in high-rent Greenwich pushed down the availability rate there into single digits for the first time in a decade.
A partnership between Greenwich-based Sound Mark Partners and a Massachusetts developer has has paid $107.75 million for The Xchange at Bedford, an eight-building office park north of Boston that includes the iRobot headquarters.
A Massachusetts developer has acquired a warehouse and distribution center in Manchester for $70 million, bringing its Connecticut industrial portfolio to more than 4 million square feet.
Jessica Curtis helps small restaurant groups make the leap to the national stage.
Al Mirin started out in the real estate industry as a financial analyst, advising investment and leasing brokers on the fundamentals of their pending deals.
Two medical tenants have leased space in Greenwich.
Before entering commercial real estate, Tom Pajolek worked in the corporate world as a brand manager for Georgia Pacific.
Developers toured the former Seaside Regional Center property in Waterford on Monday as the state promotes the site as a potential resort.