Commercial & Industrial
Despite promises to the contrary, executive orders President Donald Trump signed Saturday do not prevent evictions.
With the $600 federal boost to unemployment benefits having run out on July 31, indications suggest rental collections at large apartment complexes are beginning to suffer, a leading landlord trade group said.
The Connecticut National Guard joined over 1,750 utility crews in Connecticut on Friday in efforts to clear trees and restore power to more than 82,000 homes and businesses still in the dark as of Monday, as frustration continued to grow over the pace of the response to Tropical Storm Isaias.
Macy’s will open an outpost of its discount retail brand, Macy’s Backstage, at the WestFarms mall on Saturday.
Planning and Zoning Commission members in Windsor Locks have OK’d a 22-unit subdivision proposed by M&L Development Corp. near the town’s high school
The owners of the Enfield Plaza retail center are seeking to add a new building with space for three tenants, including at least two food tenants.
Gov. Ned Lamont called for an investigation of the state’s two largest electric utility companies Wednesday as hundreds of thousands of residents remained without power a day after Tropical Storm Isaias ripped through the state.
Stark evidence of the damage the resurgent viral outbreak has caused the U.S. economy could come Friday when the government is expected to report that the pace of hiring has slowed significantly after a brief rebound in the spring.
As he joins Colliers following a five-year stint at Cushman & Wakefield, Craig Ruoff is advising tenants and landlords on working through financial headwinds and rapidly changing corporate space requirements.
Travelers from Rhode Island have been added to the list of those who must quarantine while staying in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut as some Northeast states begin to see signs of rising infections.
Booking.com is laying off a quarter of its workforce – more than 4,000 people – with the global pandemic snuffing out travel.
Lord & Taylor, America’s oldest retailer, is seeking bankruptcy protection, as is the owner of Men’s Wearhouse and Jos. A. Bank, lengthening the list of major retail chains that have faltered in the pandemic.
A four-building flex and R&D portfolio in Branford has received $9.6 million in permanent financing for a recapitalization.
Construction employment in Connecticut’s three largest metro areas is on the rise again after the coronavirus pandemic disrupted the typical flow of projects.
Dunkin’ Brands Inc. expects to close up to 800 underperforming U.S. stores this year as it tries to shore up its portfolio in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
The total number of housing units permitted in Connecticut in June dropped sharply last month despite a modest increase in the number of single-family homes OK’d.
The state of Connecticut plans to give local school officials the flexibility to decide the mix of in-school learning and online learning and whether any changes should be made if there’s an uptick in COVID-19 cases in their particular county, Gov. Ned Lamont announced Thursday.
A two-time candidate for Connecticut governor and former leader of Hartford’s largest business group who was struck last week by a car while jogging in Pennsylvania has died.
President Donald Trump amplified a message in a tweet Wednesday that is growing into a central theme of his reelection campaign against Joe Biden: an assertion that crime and chaos would ravage communities should the former vice president win the White House in November.
The developer of Stamford’s successful mixed-use Harbor Point project is looking to build up to 1.5 million square feet of new development on the remaining undeveloped land on the site.