Commercial & Industrial
The former Beaver Brook Animal Hospital and Veterinary Office has sold in Wethersfield.
A Connecticut man who bribed an employee of Stamford’s largest development company to get contracts has pleaded guilty to wire fraud.
Preliminary figures show Connecticut lost 2,000 jobs in March, a drop that’s partly being blamed on the recent bad weather.
Southport-based Angel Commercial LLC named Ron Agababian as vice president.
A commercial building in East Hartford has sold for $1.575 million.
Tech giant Infosys’ decision to put down stakes in Hartford is a long-awaited vote of confidence for the beleaguered capital city’s commercial real estate market.
Connecticut announced the launch of its Fully Autonomous Vehicle Testing Pilot Program.
Attorney General George Jepsen is warning Connecticut officials not to assume a planned tribal casino in East Windsor can open without formal federal approvals.
KeyBank Real Estate Capital originated a total of $47 million in Freddie Mac financing for the recent acquisition of Middletown Ridge and Middletown Brooke, a two-property multifamily portfolio.
The recent federal tax legislation will have an adverse credit effect on local governments in the tri-state region of Connecticut, New York and New Jersey, according to a recent report from Moody’s.
A Danbury-based electrical contractor corporation has inked a lease in Stratford.
An industrial manufacturer of high precision metal and plastic components and assemblies recently leased space in Wallingford.
The Chelsea Groton Foundation will fund a multiyear project supporting the revitalization of Downtown Norwich through a Global City Initiative.
A public employee pension crisis for state governments has deepened to a record level even after nearly nine years of economic recovery for the nation, according to a study released Thursday, leaving many states vulnerable if the economy hits a downturn.
An event facility in Southington is saying that it will not be the site of a National Rifle Association fundraiser dinner.
The former Norwalk Vault Co. in Bridgeport recently sold for $607,000.
Connecticut’s largest association of cities and towns has launched an online advertising campaign, urging state lawmakers to pass legislation the group says will protect municipalities from expensive bond rating downgrades.
SkinnyPizza, the New York City-based chain that offers a healthier take on traditional New York-style pizza, will open its first Connecticut location in Greenwich.
A man from Orange has been sentenced to prison for failing to pay employment taxes.
Phoenix Fitness has leased 2,560 square feet of warehouse space in Hamden.
Commercial & Industrial Top Block
- Two Men Charged With ‘Jackpotting’ CT ATMs
- RE Developer Sentenced to Prison for Fraud
- New Haven Biotech Firm CFO Charged with Embezzling $1M
- BofA Ends Checking Account Popular Among Low-Income Customers
- Developer and RE Attorney Charged with Scamming Foreign Investors