Commercial & Industrial
A 139-unit apartment building in Hartford has sold for $9.57 million after selling for much less than that five years ago.
President-elect Joe Biden unveiled a $1.9 trillion coronavirus plan Thursday to end “a crisis of deep human suffering” by speeding up vaccines and pumping out financial help to those struggling with the pandemic’s prolonged economic fallout.
The city of Hartford is seeking redevelopment proposals for several parcels of municipally-owned land just north of downtown.
Housing advocates around the country staked out courthouses and held rallies Wednesday, calling on the incoming Biden administration to extend and strengthen the current federal ban on evictions.
Davis Marcus Partners has sold a boutique office building at 2150 Post Road in Fairfield to an investor making its third Connecticut acquisition.
Stamford Town Center has lost another two national retailers with a third likely not far behind.
Meriden officials are weighing a plan for a 163,000-square-foot distribution center on a parcel of open space once considered for a car auction business.
Target’s strong sales streak extended through a pandemic-shrouded holiday season after a hard push online and an increased effort to provide alternatives to customers who are trying to minimize risk.
Connecticut law enforcement, including the police department that protects the Capitol complex in Hartford, are preparing for possible armed protests.
A Westville apartment complex has been sold to a New Jersey investment firm for $50 million.
Two mixed-use properties in Milford and a commercial complex in Orange have traded hands.
Delinquency rates for American mortgages backed by commercial and multifamily properties increased for the second month in a row in December
The recent acquisition of five CBRE | Heery design studios is giving Glastonbury-based architects S/L/A/M Collaborative an opportunity to expand its landscape architecture business in the Rocky Mountain region.
Major figures in the banking and commercial and residential real estate industries roundly condemned Wednesday’s attack on the U.S. Capitol Building by supporters of President Donald Trump aimed at halting Congress’ ceremonial affirmation of the 2020 election results.
A downtown New Haven retail and apartment building has been sold to a nonprofit that plans to open a soup kitchen and resource center for the city’s homeless.
Greeted by hundreds of protesters waving signs, some chanting “you work for us,” Connecticut lawmakers on Wednesday officially convened what will be a highly unusual and possibly contentious legislative session
Demand for multifamily and industrial properties will remain strong throughout 2021 as Connecticut’s commercial real estate market adapts to the changing landscape ushered in by the pandemic, industry executives predict.
A major Hartford-area industrial landlord is changing its name after converting itself into a real estate investment trust.
Norwalk-based Spinnaker Real Estate Partners is welcoming Staci H. Bachman to the new position of executive vice president of legal affairs & general counsel.
A West Haven light industrial building has sold for $675,000.