The largest private shareholder of United Financial Bancorp stock is criticizing the planned acquisition of the company by People’s United Bank and urging fellow shareholders to oppose it.
Fairfield County office vacancies rose slightly to 26.8 percent in the second quarter, with a big lease by WWE in Stamford offset by a developer’s repositioning of the Matrix Corporate Center in Danbury.
New York financial services firm Ideanomics announced its plans for a 58-acre former University of Connecticut commuter campus in West Harford on Monday.
An investment firm has bought a three-parcel commercial property in Fairfield for $12.5 million.
A former industrial property that has long sat as an eyesore just outside downtown Fairfield is poised for new life after a decade-long cleanup project has been completed.
A Greenwich investor has bought a high-profile Westport commercial portfolio for $17.5 million.
Webster Bank scored key wins for its Health Savings Account Bank division by expanding its relationship with a key partner and with a major lobbying win in Washington D.C.
On an exclusive Connecticut peninsula, where signs warn outsiders to stay off private roads, eight multimillion-dollar homes with sprawling yards along Long Island Sound are poised to become eligible for taxpayer-funded disaster aid.
The Credit Union League of Connecticut has tapped a state politics veteran to run the organization.
Bradley International Airport in Connecticut has broken ground on a $210 million transportation center, promised to be a “huge customer service improvement.”
The waterfront home of iconic Connecticut clothing brand Vineyard Vines has sold for $33.5 million.
Downtown New Haven’s building boom continued chugging along as city officials signed off on seven projects that would bring 202 apartments to the neighborhood Thursday night.
Many banks and credit unions will have additional time to prepare for the new Current Expected Credit Loss accounting system after the Financial Accounting Standards Board recently voted to delay implementation for a select group.
A Bridgeport brick warehouse in need of “substantial” renovations has sold for $175,000.
Growth in home prices contributed around 15 percent of the growth in America’s GDP during what is now the longest economic expansion in the country’s history, according to a new report from housing data firm CoreLogic.
A landmark, castle-like mansion in Hamden remodeled by the legendary Eero Saarinen has been sold for $1.75 million.
The building home to the iconic Tony & Lucille’s Little Italy restaurant in New Haven has been sold for $1 million.
Hartford has the 10th-fastest-growing pools of tech talent in the country, according to a new report from commercial real estate brokerage CBRE.
Home equity lines of credit could be a major opportunity for lenders in coming years because many homeowners simply don’t know what they are.
Gov. Ned Lamont got a pep-talk on tolls from the leaders of Connecticut’s neighbors at a private lunch yesterday, urging him to not give up on his proposal to enact tolls on the state’s highways.