A 49-year-old North Haven man was sentenced to 54 months in prison for his role in a large-scale scheme to resell stolen merchandise.
A Hartford developer has paid $42.5 million for Post & Main, a 186-unit apartment complex in Old Saybrook.
A federal grand jury in New Haven indicted five officials from the Connecticut Municipal Electric Energy Corp. with theft of funds related to a series of lavish taxpayer-funded junkets.
Fairfield County’s large office park has been recognized by a landscaping group for its environmentally sustainable practices.
Starwood Property Trust Inc. (STWD) on Friday reported third-quarter net income of $84.5 million.
Elizabeth Post-Marner designs corporate interiors to help companies maximize their efficiency, but on the home front she’s finding ways to squeeze the most efficiencies out of energy consumption. The longtime Westchester County resident is using Passive House strategies to design a new home in Stamford for her own family.
A 220-unit retirement community in Cromwell is slated to add another 54 units under a proposed $48 million expansion.
A New York-based real estate investor has acquired Freshwater/Stateline Plaza, a 300,588-square-foot shopping center anchored by Costco in Enfield.
Five Connecticut communities have been given a silver certification from Sustainable CT for their efforts to promote environmentally responsible practices.
A New London neighborhood that was the battleground for a landmark U.S. Supreme Court decision over private property rights is attracting interest from a potential master developer for an extended-stay hotel, office building and multifamily housing.
Vacancies in the 37.6-million Greater Hartford retail market fell from 11.1 percent to 10.6 percent in the past year, according to an industry report.
The city of New London has sold the last available development parcel in the Shaw’s Cove Industrial Park to a developer for a future multifamily development.
Average office rents in Fairfield County declined $1.57 to $32.21 per square foot over the past 12 months, according to a report released this week by Cushman & Wakefield.
After a career on Madison Avenue working on ad campaigns for clients including Coca-Cola, John Knuff now pitches Connecticut communities on the benefits of housing production.
New York-based Arch Cos. has made its first acquisition in Connecticut with the purchase of a majority interest in a 109-unit apartment tower in Waterbury.
New London is Connecticut’s second-smallest city by land area, but its location at the mouth of the Thames River provides opportunities to tap into the growing clean energy sector.
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.