A Greenwich office building has sold for $5.15 million.
South Windsor-based direct private lender RCN Capital said in a statement released today that CEO Don Vaccaro will be stepping down effective June 30.
A Shelton proptech startup focused on helping commercial real estate properties manage their energy use more efficiently is growing, thanks to a new round of funding led by Balance Point Capital with participation by Connecticut Innovations.
Gov. Ned Lamont faces increasing pressure from Democratic legislative leaders to find a compromise with Republican legislators over tolls, delaying a vote on one of the governor’s signature initiatives.
Sales of new U.S. homes slumped 7.8 percent in May, as sales plunged in the pricier Northeastern and Western markets.
A Chelsea Market-style food hall could be coming to downtown Hartford if a group of developers have their way.
A Stamford apartment complex has sold for $50 million in one of the city’s biggest real estate transaction this year.
Insurity Inc., one of the leading software platforms for the property and casualty insurance industry, announced it is being acquired for an undisclosed sum by private investment firm GI Partners, a middle-market alternative asset manager.
Yale University has bought two downtown New Haven retail properties, one vacant, for $3.8 million.
Massachusetts’ third casino officially opened its doors near Boston on Sunday to thousands of patrons, including some who had lined up in the early morning hours to finally get their first look at the glitzy $2.6 billion Encore Boston Harbor facility after years of anticipation and controversy.
Large banks lag far behind their independent competitors when it comes to making a profit on retail residential mortgages.
A California-based national home staging company has signed a lease for a large warehouse space in Milford.
One of the biggest commercial real estate projects in the New Haven area is on track, Amazon leaders told Gov. Ned Lamont as he toured the company’s under-construction fulfillment center in North Haven on Tuesday.
A recently sold Waterbury manufacturing building has landed its first tenant.
The board of directors of the Connecticut Housing Finance Authority has appointed Diane L. Smith as interim executive director.
The former campus of a Southington college is up for auction.
A developer is pitching a 131-room hotel for the last undeveloped parcel in Glastonbury’s Somerset Square project.
Gov. Ned Lamont acknowledged Wednesday there is a divide between his administration and Connecticut legislators over the need for electronic tolls to generate more state transportation revenue and pitched a “middle-class tax relief” as a way to lessen tolls’ impact on residents.
The Federal Reserve left its key interest rate unchanged Wednesday but signaled that it’s prepared to start cutting rates if needed to protect the U.S. economy from trade conflicts and other threats.
A New York man who ran a Connecticut-based nonprofit designed to find support and resources for people with chronic pain issues has pleaded guilty to embezzling about $1.5 million from the organization.