A 72-unit Berlin project has been approved by town officials.
Following last year’s acquisition of Farmington Bank, Bridgeport-based People’s United Bank has seen its deposit share grow, vaulting it into second place statewide.
A four-building mixed office-retail property in Farmington has sold for $1.25 million
Maddy Ceruti has joined the Glastonbury office of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices New England Properties and will be working with The Cozzi Team.
Vermont’s Marlboro College says efforts to negotiate a merger with the University of Bridgeport have failed.
A jury trial is set to begin for a Connecticut rabbi accused of repeatedly sexually assaulting a teenage boy who attended a school the rabbi founded.
Groton’s Electric Boat Co. broke ground last week on an enormous new facility intended to build America’s next generation of nuclear missile-toting submarines.
A Bridgeport-based developer has proposed a $14 million sports complex in Ansonia.
A new poll by survey firm Morning Consult and the National Association of Home Builders has found tour out of five American households believe the nation is suffering a housing affordability crisis and at least 75 percent report this is a problem at the state and local level as well.
Small manufacturers and retailers are losing confidence in the national economy yet remain upbeat about their own prospects.
A small office building in Westport has sold for $1.64 million.
A new analysis of real estate sales by the New York Times has found about one in four New York City luxury condominium units remain unsold despite a continued building boom in the city.
Two new faces will soon be found at William Pitt Sotheby’s International Realty’s Northern Fairfield County Regional brokerage.
A Monroe retail building, previously the home of a local hardware store, will continue to supply the area with everything from gardening supplies to power tools as the new location of a Northeast hardware store chain following a new lease.
After six months of testing, Coldwell Banker Real Estate has finalized its new logo and branding.
The Greater Hartford Association of Realtors raised nearly $4,000 this summer to help end homelessness in the area.
Connecticut’s FDIC-insured banks saw their year-to-date net income surge in the first two quarters of 2019 on a year-over-year basis, while the total number of full-time-equivalent employees in the industry dropped slightly.
A nationwide study by Texas A&M University shows which of Connecticut’s three major metro areas has the worst traffic, and why.
A consultant’s report has issued eight recommendations to help reverse the Connecticut Convention Center’s sagging fortunes.
Officials in the town of Avon have voted to deny planning permission to a golf course redevelopment that would have seen 95 condominiums and three estate homes.