A New Haven-area shopping plaza has been sold for $12.9 million.
The Geentry Group’s William Clark has been recognized by a real estate group once again for leading the region in brokerage of commercial transactions.
Amazon abruptly abandoned plans Thursday for a big new headquarters in New York that would have brought 25,000 jobs to the city, reversing course after politicians and activists objected to the nearly $3 billion in tax breaks promised to what is already one of the world’s richest, most powerful companies.
Alongside the many apartment and condominium units built in Stamford in recent years, the city has seen a boom in another asset class: self-storage facilities.
As small business owners compile their income tax returns, they may have an unpleasant surprise – some popular business deductions have disappeared or been reduced under the new tax law.
A Colchester woman was indicted with one count of wire fraud stemming from an embezzlement scheme.
Two leases covering nearly 47,000 square feet in a Shelton office park have been signed.
Gov. Ned Lamont has proposed the restoration of a property tax credit that is currently only applicable to seniors and those with dependents.
The mayor of Hartford said the city is cutting ties with the bike-sharing company Lime.
A citizen of India residing in Fairfield was sentenced yesterday in New Haven federal court to three years of imprisonment, followed by three years of supervised release for defrauding the state of Connecticut of more than $5.8 million in taxes due on tobacco products imported into the state.
Are senior homeowners preventing Millennials from buying houses? Could the decisions of millions of older owners to “age in place” rather than sell their homes explain why Millennials are lagging behind in homeownership?
Glastonbury-based S/L/A/M Collaborative is growing, in big ways in Boston and California. Principal Rick Polvino will oversee the firm’s search for new talent in a tight job market where there’s a shortage of mid-career applicants.
When Boston-based Berkshire Bank’s longtime President and CEO Michael Daly abruptly left the bank at the end of November, a storm of questions followed from the media, analysts and other stakeholders.
Connecticut’s mortgage rates are solidly in the middle of the pack, according to a new state-by-state study of mortgage rates by Lending Tree.
Growing numbers of Democrats in the state legislature are joining their Republican colleagues to support a longtime conservative priority: repealing Connecticut’s inheritance tax.
The state’s would-be bid to snatch Amazon’s faltering New York headquarters and 25,000 employees remains a work in progress with Democratic U.S. Rep. Jim Himes, who represents Fairfield County, joining the fray.
A central Connecticut restaurateur with a trio of pubs serving gourmet pretzels is bringing a similar concept to downtown Bethel, envisioning a venue with appeal both as a casual daytime spot as well as a place to socialize in the evenings.
The town of Manchester is looking for a partner to redevelop a 23-acre former mall property that anchors one of its major commercial thoroughfares.
At a meeting of the Waterbury Regional Chamber Monday, Gov. Ned Lamont announced a proposal to shrink the state’s borrowing by 39 percent, the equivalent of hundreds of millions of dollars annually.
A Darien retail building held by the same family for multiple generations has been sold to a local investor.