Commercial & Industrial
Prominent New Haven biotech firm Alexion Pharmaceuticals plans to expand its Global Product Development lab at 100 College St. in the city.
Norwalk-based Spinnaker Real Estate has begun what is anticipated to be a year-long community engagement process as it finalizes the design of its New Haven mega-project.
The two halves of New Britain, separated a decade ago by a highway project, have been reunited by sculpture-lined bridge.
Thomas Collins is the new head of the New England region for Avison Young, a Toronto-based commercial real estate brokerage that opened its first Hartford office in 2015. He took the traditionally slow month of August to to assess the firm’s local brokerage strengths as he looks to build it up.
A hole left by a retiring doctor in an East Hartford building’s tenant roster has been filled following a lease.
Fishermen insisted Monday to a congressional subcommittee looking at offshore wind energy that they be consulted when crucial decisions are being made on the development of such projects, including where they are located and the level of access to the waters near them.
A 72-unit Berlin project has been approved by town officials.
A four-building mixed office-retail property in Farmington has sold for $1.25 million
Vermont’s Marlboro College says efforts to negotiate a merger with the University of Bridgeport have failed.
A jury trial is set to begin for a Connecticut rabbi accused of repeatedly sexually assaulting a teenage boy who attended a school the rabbi founded.
Groton’s Electric Boat Co. broke ground last week on an enormous new facility intended to build America’s next generation of nuclear missile-toting submarines.
A Bridgeport-based developer has proposed a $14 million sports complex in Ansonia.
Small manufacturers and retailers are losing confidence in the national economy yet remain upbeat about their own prospects.
A small office building in Westport has sold for $1.64 million.
A new analysis of real estate sales by the New York Times has found about one in four New York City luxury condominium units remain unsold despite a continued building boom in the city.
A Monroe retail building, previously the home of a local hardware store, will continue to supply the area with everything from gardening supplies to power tools as the new location of a Northeast hardware store chain following a new lease.
A nationwide study by Texas A&M University shows which of Connecticut’s three major metro areas has the worst traffic, and why.
A consultant’s report has issued eight recommendations to help reverse the Connecticut Convention Center’s sagging fortunes.
Officials in the town of Avon have voted to deny planning permission to a golf course redevelopment that would have seen 95 condominiums and three estate homes.
Nowadays, only a handful of residences are built entirely in a factory. Many more are built with factory-built components, such as floor and roof trusses, that are delivered to the building site. But no GM or Ford Motor Co. has emerged to take the industry by storm.