Commercial & Industrial
Last year’s $23.19 million purchase of a large Westport office building on an island was financed with a $17.4 million loan from Washington Trust, the firm disclosed last week.
A group of Connecticut lawmakers is pushing to include higher taxes on the wealthy in the next state budget.
Although small businesses vary widely in terms of size, industry and issues, they do appear to be generally united by a growing uneasiness about the economy.
New Haven Mayor Toni Harp joined the developer of a large new rental complex near the city’s downtown to break ground on the project Thursday.
Hartford’s well-known “candy cane” building is set for an April auction with an opening bid of $5.5 million.
An Avon shopping center has been sold.
U.S. employers posted nearly 7.6 million open jobs in January, near a record high set in November. It’s evidence that businesses are still hungry for workers despite signs the economy has slowed.
The former site of a New Haven nursing home could become home to 128 apartments under a new proposal.
Seeking to bring high-quality health care closer to people east of Hartford, Hartford HealthCare this month opened a $10.4 million, 3-story building focused on delivering advanced cancer services and treatment.
Several state legislators are expected to make a push today to get Connecticut to legalize recreational marijuana.
One of the most active developers in downtown Bridgeport, Phil Kuchma sees out-of-state real estate investors starting to take an interest Connecticut’s most populous city. And he views them not as competition, but confirmation of Bridgeport’s prospects.
A former Bridgeport nursing home has been sold for $2.15 million.
A second residential project has been proposed for the intersection of Main and Park streets south of downtown Hartford.
The Dan Patrick radio and television shows will be moving its production to facilities in Milford.
Investors have paid $13.3 million for three New Haven apartment buildings totaling 93 units.
Tesla is walking back plans to close most of its showrooms worldwide and announced price hikes for most of its electric vehicles.
A new poll from Sacred Heart University shows a majority of Connecticut residents oppose Gov. Ned Lamont’s plan to put tolls on the state’s major highways using electronic tolling.
An Ansonia medical office building has been sold in a sale-leaseback transaction.
A New Haven industrial property in one of the city’s opportunity zones has been sold to a firm planning extensive renovations to the property.
Recent data from the National Association of Home Builders show multifamily construction in the greater New Haven area grew dramatically in 2018, while the same sector showed a large decline in Fairfield County.