A pair of developers have begun construction of a mixed-income residential community at the former Torrington Manufacturing Co. site on the Naugatuck River.
A commercial development firm focused on hotels has hired a new business development executive.
Eric Rosengren, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, will retire this week, citing a dramatic downturn in his health.
Raymond B. Smyth, a long-time director of Stamford-based Patriot Bank, died this week at the age of 75.
New Haven’s airport will get a $70 million expansion, including more gates and a new terminal, aimed at boosting the growing city’s connections to the outside world.
Guilford Savings Bank, also known as GSB, will open a new branch in Northford in mid-October, the bank’s second new branch this year.
West Hartford Century 21 Clements Group real estate agent Wendy Chmielewski-Giordani has been honored with the brokerage’s Relentless Agent Award, one of three winners nationwide for the first quarter of 2021/.
A Countryside Realty agent is moving to Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices New England Properties.
New data from the Mortgage Bankers Association shows national demand for purchase loans is strengthening to levels last seen in April, a sign the summer’s dip in housing demand could be only temporary.
The Federal Reserve signaled Wednesday that it may start raising its benchmark interest rate sometime next year, earlier than it envisioned three months ago and a sign that it’s concerned that high inflation pressures may persist.
New Haven-based architecture firm Pickard Chilton punches above its weight in winning competitions to design signature commercial buildings on a global scale. Jon Pickard founded the firm in 1997 with his former college classmate, Bill Chilton.
Sellers whose listings do not include virtual tours, professional photographs and floor plans are being cheated by their real estate agents. Without the proper visuals, homes will likely take longer to sell and fetch a lower price.
A waterfront Stamford home designed by the same architects whose work inspired “The Great Gatsby” has broken a sale price record for the area, the listing agent’s brokerage announced.
Redfin’s monthly analysis of national-level mortgage rate-lock data shows demand for second homes has definitely cooled from last year, but it’s still elevated compared to the pre-pandemic norm.
Connecticut Banking Commissioner Jorge Perez has dismissed administrative proceedings and a civil penalty in a yearslong case against two Oklahoma-based tribal lenders following orders from Connecticut state courts.
A Chinese real estate developer whose struggle to avoid defaulting on billions of dollars of debt has rattled global markets says it will pay interest due Thursday to bondholders in China but gave no sign of plans to pay on a separate bond abroad.
Thomaston Savings Bank’s charitable foundation has awarded nearly $230,000 in grants to 111 organizations in Litchfield County.
Naugatuck-based Ion Bank has hired two assistant vice presidents for its new South Windsor branch.
Even in the hottest U.S. housing market in more than a decade, new home construction has turned into a frustratingly uncertain and costly proposition for many homebuilders.
A Connecticut restaurant is taking an unorthodox approach to addressing staff shortages: robot servers to serve meals.