Philip Morris International is moving its corporate headquarters from New York to Fairfield County.
An $8 billion to $10 billion plan unveiled Monday aims to reduce commuter rail times from Connecticut to New York City by as much as 25 minutes.
The new owner of a 158,000-square-foot shopping center in Meriden has announced plans for a $5.2 million renovation project including two large self-storage facilities replacing vacant supermarket and discount store spaces.
With divergent homeownership levels blamed for yawning racial wealth gaps both nationally and locally, a group of housing and civil rights leaders have released a proposal to create 3 million net new Black homeowners by 2030.
As millions of Americans – many of them Black – celebrated the long-overdue arrival of a federal holiday marking Juneteenth Friday, many in the mortgage industry were scrambling.
Greenwich-based Wheelock Street Capital continues its suburban industrial buying spree with the $40.4 million acquisition of two suburban Boston properties.
The Native American tribe that owns Connecticut’s Mohegan Sun casino is suing its insurance carrier over what it says was the denial of claims for millions of dollars in losses caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Connecticut is poised to become the 19th state to legalize adult, recreational use of cannabis, now that a long-awaited bill has cleared the General Assembly and Democratic Gov. Ned Lamont has said he’ll sign it into law. Here’s a look at what to expect next.
The Federal Housing Administration announced Friday that it plans to make it easier for homebuyers with student debt to access FHA single-family loans.
A historic class B office building overlooking New Haven Green will become apartments following approval from city planning officials last night.
Connecticut officials have now received over 156,000 applications for relief from the UniteCT fund for renters who lost jobs or income due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
A large brewery based in Woodbridge hopes to find its “forever home” at a riverside parcel in New Haven’s Fair Haven neighborhood.
A multitenant industrial property in Old Saybrook has sold to an investor group for $641,000.
Capital for Change, a Wallingford-based community development financial institution, has received $1 million in new funding from Liberty Bank for an ongoing effort to help underserved populations in Connecticut.
Proponents of legalizing the adult use of marijuana in Connecticut dodged a threatened veto on Wednesday, advancing a revamped bill that Gov. Ned Lamont supports by a narrow vote in the House of Representatives.
Greater Watertown Federal Credit Union members have approved its merger with Waterbury-based FD Community Federal Credit Union, and the institutions plan to complete the merger on Aug. 1, according to a statement on Greater Watertown FCU’s website.
Thanks to years of underbuilding, the United States’ housing markets are missing somewhere between 5.5 million and 6.8 million homes.
With the two largest Connecticut-based banks involved in mergers this year, the deals could have a significant effect on another group: the community development organizations that partner with banks on affordable housing and lending programs.
Seniors trying to figure out how to cash in on their home equity without having to leave their houses now have another choice. So do low-income borrowers who’ve yet to refinance their government-owned loans.
South Windsor planning officials recently approved a pair of efforts to revamp retail plazas – one by adding apartments, the other by adding a grocery store.