Commercial & Industrial
A New Haven rabbi and landlord convicted of sexually abusing a teenage boy who attended a school the rabbi founded is facing sentencing.
Multifamily developer Nicholas Falker, a principal at Cambridge Realty Partners, is proposing to build a 44-unit, 44,000-square-foot building on the current site of a parking lot at 104 Howe St.
Farmington-based The Metro Realty Group Ltd. is proposing a four-building mixed-use development in South Windsor adjacent to the town’s new Evergreen Walk lifestyle center.
The recent sales of five New Haven properties for over $14 million reflects nearby development activity that’s increasing demand for multifamily investments, according to a broker who represented owners in the transactions.
Scannell Properties received the OK for yet another distribution center in the Hartford area.
A new report says Connecticut has had the most metal theft insurance claims in the country.
A 12.7-acre patch of wasteland north of Yale University’s main campus is in line for a revival if developers can convince the New Haven City Plan Commission to approve their 320,000-square-foot residential project planned for the site.
A Woodbridge flex/industrial building has sold for $1.9 million in an investment sale.
Under newly-adopted housing codes, Hartford landlords will now have to register with the city the names of every owner, operator and LLC member of any company that owns housing there.
Making it easier and faster to travel to and from New York City is a big selling point for two newly proposed multi-billion-dollar plans to overhaul Connecticut’s transportation system.
The company trying to redevelop the high-profile site of the New Haven Coliseum has unloaded a two-lot property in the nearby Wooster Square neighborhood for $14.6 million.
Cushman & Wakefield held its 7th annual Bowl-A-Thon at Bowlmor Lanes in Norwalk, on Nov. 12. This year’s event benefited First Candle, a Connecticut-based non-profit committed to ending Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (
Senate Republicans in Connecticut unveiled an alternative transportation plan on Thursday that doesn’t rely on tolls or tax increases but includes many of the same projects proposed by Democratic Gov. Ned Lamont.
Authorities have released the name of the construction worker who fell to his death at a Norwalk mall.
A key bloc of Connecticut state lawmakers, Senate Democrats, told Gov. Ned Lamont on Wednesday they like many of the projects in his new, 10-year transportation improvement plan, but they don’t like relying on tolls to partially pay for them.
Police say a construction worker has fallen to his death at Norwalk’s SoNo Collection mall.
Gov. Ned Lamont says he’ll hold public forums on his new transportation improvement plan.
A downtown Stamford office building has traded for $23 million to a local investment management firm.
Much of the real estate community in Connecticut is locally-focused, but sometimes its members look outside of the state.
A 168-unit apartment complex in Orange has been sold to a New Jersey investment firm for $35 million.