New York developer Time Equities Inc. is becoming a major player in Bridgeport’s commercial real estate scene.
The town of Manchester is hoping a combination of zero-interest loans and a federal “opportunity zone” designation will lure new investment in its downtown.
A Chicago, Illinois-based cannabis consumer goods company is planning to buy a West haven cannabis facility and enter the Connecticut market.
A Bloomfield apartment building that opened last year has sold for $61 million.
As Gov.-elect Ned Lamont prepares to take office on Wednesday, business groups are looking to the new administration for policies that improve Connecticut’s competitive climate.
The Trumbull Planning & Zoning Commission approved Silver Heights Development’s application for a zone change and text amendments last week.
In the legislative session that begins Wednesday, some legislators the General Assembly will look for ways to increase the state’s $10.10 an hour minimum wage.
Litchfield Bancorp has announced the latest target of its Cash Mob campaign to support local retail.
A construction worker has suffered serious burns in an accident at a site of an apartment complex in Connecticut.
U.S. businesses added a robust 271,000 jobs in December according to payroll processor ADP.
A long-planned mixed use development in Windsor Locks can move forward after being stalled since 2006.
Connecticut has lost population every year for the last five years.
A recent U.S. Census survey reveals that Connecticut has one of the highest median household incomes in the country, but wealth in the state remains heavily skewed.
Downsizing by financial services companies and the diminishing appeal of suburban single-use office parks have left behind vast expanses of unoccupied space. Even Stamford is facing a 30 percent commercial vacancy rate.
An annual study of where Americans are moving to, and where they’re moving from, found Connecticut has the third-highest rate of outbound moves in the country, after New Jersey and Illinois.
A castle-like former Norwich bank has been reborn as a church.
There is talk that Infosys may open an office in Stamford, however tech workers John Robert and Craig DiAngelo have formed a group, the Connecticut Tech Worker Coalition, in opposition to this.
Shifting consumer habits may have led to the demise of several big-box retail chains, but they have also helped boost the presence of dollar stores nationwide, including in Connecticut.
The choice of Joseph Giulietti is a sign of that rail is a centerpiece of Gov.-elect Ned Lamont’s plan for Connecticut’s revival. Lamont highlighted his opinion that “substantially reducing travel time from New Haven and our other towns to New York City” is crucial, with Giulietti’s appointment.
A development project that could serve as a resplendent gateway to downtown Bridgeport has hit a major snag.