Commercial & Industrial
Construction managers, architects and engineers who embrace evolving technologies such as virtual reality, 3-D modeling and Internet of Things building sensors stand to profit, industry executives said at Thursday’s “Women Who Build” leadership summit at Goodwin College in East Hartford.
An industrial, flex and office building at 418 Meadow St. in Fairfield is now at capacity, thanks to a life sciences company and a tutoring organization.
Four New Haven properties have changed hands in a series of recent investment sales totaling $4.3 million that were brokered by Shelton-based Northeast Private Client Group.
Connecticut-made products from craft beer to circuit boards will soon sport a logo touting their origin.
Ralph Lauren, Kate Spade and Michael Kors stores have exited the scene in downtown Greenwich, the posh retail district that’s Connecticut’s answer to Rodeo Drive.
Specialized memory and home care company Companions for Living has moved into a new office in West Hartford.
A 1.8-acre parcel in Milford is set to become an outdoor storage and auto repossession yard.
The Bristol-Meyers Squibb property in Wallingford has sold to a Hudson, Massachusetts-based real estate investment firm.
Some state lawmakers want to know how recreational marijuana might be regulated if Connecticut decides to someday legalize the drug.
A Norwalk man was sentenced to six months in prison for tax evasion and has been ordered to pay a $50,000 fine.
A Connecticut lawmaker is asking for a state investigation into what he says is misleading electricity rate information on Eversource bills.
Connecticut officials on Monday called for an investigation of the U.S. Department of the Interior’s failure to act on revenue sharing agreements between the state and two Native American tribes that are needed for the tribes to build and operate a new casino.
The Geenty Group leased a three-unit strip center in the Devon section of Milford.
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy is calling for a review of how voting by mail might be implemented in Connecticut.
MassMutual will add 1,500 jobs at its Springfield headquarters and another 500 in a new office building at Boston’s Fan Pier development and will close its Enfield, Connecticut office that employs 1,500 people.
One of the world’s leading manufacturers of chip-making equipment is planning to substantially grow its operations in Wilton through an expansion project that will see the creation of up to 524 new jobs added to its current workforce in the town of 1,222 employees.
The former Horseless Carriage automotive business property in North Haven has sold for an undisclosed amount.
Bridgeport and New Haven lawmakers are advocating a new competitive process for Connecticut’s first casino on non-tribal land despite the General Assembly throwing its support last year behind a proposed tribal casino in East Windsor.
A ramen restaurant is moving into the former Dunkin Donuts at Orange Commons.
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