Steve Adams

Steve Adams

Commercial Record Staff

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CREW-CT Recognizes State’s Top Real Estate Projects

CREW-CT – The Real Estate Exchange, an organization that supports women’s opportunities for advancement in the commercial real estate industry, recognized the state’s top projects of 2017 at its annual awards dinner this week at the Connecticut Science Center in Hartford.

A 100,000-square-foot satellite casino proposed for a former cinema property in East Windsor is intended to protect Foxwoods’ and Mohegan Sun’s market share and their revenue-sharing payments to the state of Connecticut.

Legal Delays Threaten Satellite Casino Project

Politicians and tribal leaders swung mallets and took rhetorical shots at the $960 million MGM Springfield casino rising across the state border as Connecticut’s two existing casino operators began to demolish a defunct cinema complex in East Windsor this month.

Jim Fagan

Stepping Up to the Plate Every Day

Jim Fagan says he can’t think of a career choice that would be more enjoyable than commercial real estate, comparing the competition and day-to-day variety of the job to an athletic contest.

Women Who Build

Construction Industry Finally Embracing Tech Benefits

Construction managers, architects and engineers who embrace evolving technologies such as virtual reality, 3-D modeling and Internet of Things building sensors stand to profit, industry executives said at Thursday’s “Women Who Build” leadership summit at Goodwin College in East Hartford.

Bill Clark

Never Too Early to Make a Sales Call

As one of the New Haven area’s most prolific commercial real estate brokers, Bill Clark is living proof that getting the jump on the competition gets results. Clark’s reputation for early-morning meetings with clients has paid off during three-plus decades at Branford-based The Geenty Group.

No Parking? No Problem

Encouraging a steady pipeline of multifamily development has been a cornerstone of Hartford’s efforts to revitalize its downtown with new residents, and local officials have recognized the precarious financial position that can delay or derail projects.