Commercial & Industrial
A Massachusetts developer has submitted plans to convert the former GE Capital Corp. offices in Stamford into a senior living community.
An industrial facility in West Hartford has sold for $495,000 to South Meadows No. 9 LLC and Maffe Investments LLC.
A 27,685-square-foot medical office building has sold in Plainville, according to the Hartford Business Journal. The building is a part of a cluster of health care-oriented properties, including Hartford HealthCare Medical Arts Building and Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.
Single-family homes are on the way out and commercial space could be in the mix at Great Pond Village, in a developer’s latest vision for a massive planned community in Windsor.
A Maryland barbecue restaurant chain has opened its first Connecticut location at 785 Queen St. in Southington.
The newly constructed Popeye’s Louisiana Kitchen has been sold for $1.7 million. The 3,000-square-foot fast-food restaurant is located at 70 Ella Grasso Turnpike in Windsor Locks.
Paradime Capital has purchased a 3-story office building in Farmington for $20.35 million, according to Hartford Business Journal. United Technologies Corp. has leased the building since 2012.
A 12-acre former housing complex property in New London is being marketed for commercial redevelopment, including potential maritime industrial uses supporting the Connecticut state pier.
Boston building and construction firm BOND has expanded its New Haven office with seven new hires to support clients in education, healthcare and district energy markets in Connecticut.
German valve manufacturing company Oventrop Corp. has signed a lease renewal and expansion for 12,240 square feet of space in East Granby.
A medical building was sold for $1.325 million in Westport. The property at 20 Bay St. has been the location of Bay Street Pediatrics for more than 30 years.
Litchfield County Commercial, based in Danbury, has affiliated with Coldwell Banker Commercial NRT. This affiliation will combine their real estate services to metro areas of Connecticut and New York for NRT.
The remnants of a centuries-old Native American fort and several thousand artifacts have been found at a railroad bridge construction site in Connecticut.
A 5,724-square-foot commercial property in North Haven has been sold to home furnishings company for the future location of a new showroom
Connecticut Real Estate Brokerage LLC, a new firm in Thomaston, is opening with the intent to donate a portion of its revenues back to the community.
Golden Seasons LLC has sold a facility in North Haven for $990,000 to EPC Development LLC.
Daryl L. Gordon, Luciano Verdura Jr. and Carlos Salmon have joined the Hartford office of Key Private Bank.
A 13,400-square-foot Guilford office building has been purchased as an investment property for $1.8 million.
Tomasso Brothers Inc. has sold a medical office building for $5.5 million. The 27,685-square-foot building is located at 440 New Britain Ave. in Plainville.
A 3.3-acre car storage facility was sold last week for $1.2 million. Located at 249 Sackett Point Rd. in North Haven, the building is over 20,000 square feet and is meant to house collector cars.
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