Commercial & Industrial
In the shadow of Pfizer Corp.’s Groton research campus, the next generation of life science companies is looking to put Connecticut on the map as an industry growth cluster.
A major Boston-area developer has won the bidding for a 300-acre section of Pratt & Whitney’s Rentschler Field property in East Hartford.
The governors of Massachusetts and Connecticut are abandoning an ambitious plan to create a multi-state compact aimed at dramatically reducing transportation pollution after the deal failed to gain traction in other states.
CVS Health will close hundreds of drugstores over the next three years, as the retail giant adjusts to changing customer needs and converts to new store formats.
A new life science incubator space has opened in New Haven, part of a growing web of infrastructure to support the city’s budding life sciences industry.
The $1 trillion infrastructure plan that President Joe Biden signed into law Monday has money for roads, bridges, ports, rail transit, safe water, the power grid, broadband internet and more.
Tech firm HCL Technologies has opened a “Global Delivery Center” in Hartford, bringing 500 new jobs to the city.
A large apartment complex in Glastonbury has changed hands for nearly $72 million.
While world leaders and negotiators are hailing the Glasgow climate pact as a good compromise that keeps a key temperature limit alive, many scientists are wondering what planet these leaders are looking at.
A Branford logistics company will occupy 100,000 square feet at a new warehouse and distribution facility under construction in Meriden.
Contractors appear to be no longer willing to eat rising material and other costs driven by supply chain kinks, labor shortages and inflation, a new analysis of federal economic data by the Associated General Contractors of America suggests.
Waterbury will see a dramatic increase in the number of trains linking it to Stamford and New York City in the coming months under a plan announced by Gov. Ned Lamont yesterday.
Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont said Monday he has filed the necessary paperwork to begin the process of possibly running for a second term in the 2022 election.
New Haven planning officials approved a pair of multifamily projects last week: one downtown and one in the East Rock neighborhood.
A New Haven developer’s plans for high-rise waterfront housing at Long Wharf is setting up a showdown with state regulators over coastal development in the age of climate change.
Democratic state Rep. Caroline Simmons was elected Tuesday as mayor of Stamford, Connecticut and incumbent New Haven Mayor Justin Elicker easily fended off his challenger.
Former Major League Baseball manager and player Bobby Valentine scoffs at any suggestion he might be out of his league running for mayor in his hometown of Stamford, Connecticut’s second-largest and fastest-growing city at a time when new arrivals to the city are surging.
Not quite two years after it was first pitched to New Haven’s City Plan Commission, a 44-unit apartment building just outside downtown New Haven opened its doors to the public.
The conference that has been billed as the last chance to prevent catastrophic global warming kicked off today with dark prophesies from world leaders.
A new survey of rents in the nation’s biggest cities by Realtor.com shows Greater Hartford’s rents are on the rise.