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.
The first quarter can be a sluggish period in commercial real estate, as companies wait to assess their financial prospects before committing to expanding or relocating offices.
Commercial investors will get more flexibility and save money on small-ticket transactions now that federal regulators have increased the threshold requiring an independent third-party appraisal.
Jessica Curtis has joined CBRE’s Stamford office as a senior vice president and leader of its restaurant practice for emerging concepts.
Laura Pirie works with developers, academic institutions and communities in her role as founder of New Haven-based architects Pirie Assoc.
Tech giant Infosys’ decision to put down stakes in Hartford is a long-awaited vote of confidence for the beleaguered capital city’s commercial real estate market.
A timely and tech-savvy internship helped Sean Cahill land his first job in commercial real estate.
The 62,442-square-foot Milford Square shopping plaza has been sold for $28 million to RJ Milford LLC.
The Farmington Avenue Baptist Church of West Hartford has placed 18.5 acres of unimproved land in Farmington on the market and hired CBRE/New England as its exclusive adviser.
Colliers International’s Boston-based capital markets team has arranged $9.1 million in construction financing for a self-storage facility at 432 Fairfield Ave. in Stamford.
Northeast Private Client Group has brokered the sale of three Hartford multifamily properties for a combined $2.1 million.
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.
Post Road Group LLC has sold its six-building Waterside multifamily portfolio in Stamford for $5.25 million.
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.
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.
Four New Haven properties have changed hands in a series of recent investment sales totaling $4.3 million that were brokered by Shelton-based Northeast Private Client Group.
Ralph Lauren, Kate Spade and Michael Kors stores have exited the scene in downtown Greenwich, the posh retail district that’s Connecticut’s answer to Rodeo Drive.
MassMutual will add 1,500 jobs at its Springfield headquarters and another 500 in a new office building at Boston’s Fan Pier development and will close its Enfield, Connecticut office that employs 1,500 people.
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.
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.