Commercial & Industrial
Philip Morris International is moving its corporate headquarters from New York to Fairfield County.
An $8 billion to $10 billion plan unveiled Monday aims to reduce commuter rail times from Connecticut to New York City by as much as 25 minutes.
The new owner of a 158,000-square-foot shopping center in Meriden has announced plans for a $5.2 million renovation project including two large self-storage facilities replacing vacant supermarket and discount store spaces.
Greenwich-based Wheelock Street Capital continues its suburban industrial buying spree with the $40.4 million acquisition of two suburban Boston properties.
The Native American tribe that owns Connecticut’s Mohegan Sun casino is suing its insurance carrier over what it says was the denial of claims for millions of dollars in losses caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
A historic class B office building overlooking New Haven Green will become apartments following approval from city planning officials last night.
Connecticut officials have now received over 156,000 applications for relief from the UniteCT fund for renters who lost jobs or income due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
A large brewery based in Woodbridge hopes to find its “forever home” at a riverside parcel in New Haven’s Fair Haven neighborhood.
A multitenant industrial property in Old Saybrook has sold to an investor group for $641,000.
South Windsor planning officials recently approved a pair of efforts to revamp retail plazas – one by adding apartments, the other by adding a grocery store.
Vacation rentals site Airbnb announced that it won’t allow hosts to list units for rent where municipal officials say an eviction has occurred once the federal eviction moratorium ends in two weeks.
A West Haven flex-industrial building has been sold to an owner-operator.
Advocates for different causes are hoping to get a second chance at passing a bill or securing funding in the new state budget as the Connecticut General Assembly prepares to return to the Capitol for a short special session this week.
New Haven and state officials joined leaders of Winstanley Enterprises last week to break ground on a pair of major, intertwined projects in the city’s downtown.
A large Stamford apartment complex has sold to a New Jersey partnership.
A New Jersey real estate developer expanded its Connecticut portfolio with the acquisition of 18 industrial properties in the Interstate 91 and Bradley International Airport distribution corridor.
Another hotel-to-apartments conversion is in the works in Connecticut, this time for Hartford’s former Red Lion Hotel.
Connecticut lawmakers may have closed out the regular legislative session on Wednesday night, but they’re expected to return to the state Capitol soon to vote on legalizing recreational marijuana for adults, some remaining budget bills and possibly some other bills that didn’t survive in the first round.
Saugatuck Commercial Real Estate announced a new face has joined its team: Nate Greenberg.
A development team that’s establishing a life science cluster in part of New Haven’s former Winchester Arms factory is ready to add up to 950 apartments to the mixed-use project in the next few years.