Commercial & Industrial
A Farmington electrical contractor will spend 20 months in prison followed by a year of supervised release for stealing $3.3 million from his employees.
The construction industry is poised for a banner year in 2020 with permits for new housing issued in 2019 up 34 percent from the year before.
Downtown Ansonia could soon shed its image as a local leader in distressed industrial real estate thanks to a $14 million multifamily project planned by Berne, New York-based Shaw Growth Ventures.
Kayla Law has joined North Haven-based Pearce Real Estate as a residential sales associate in the firm’s New Haven office.
Texas-based multifamily developer Hines plans to kick off construction on a 230-unit project in New Haven’s Wooster Square next month.
Connecticut lawmakers will revisit whether to allow recreational use of marijuana among people 21 and over in the new legislative session, but it remains questionable whether 2020 will be the year a bill clears the full General Assembly.
A Norwalk apartment complex next to the Merritt 7 office development has sold for $68.5 million, according to a deed filed with the Norwalk City Clerk’s Office.
A new economic action plan will be rolled out in Connecticut that will include incentives to attract employers to its cities and promote the growth of women-and-minority-owned businesses, according to a top state official.
The Trump administration appears ready to move ahead with its plan to remove protections for some of the nation’s millions of miles of streams, wetlands and arroyos, completing one of its most far-reaching environmental rollbacks.
Seeing a photo of his favorite uncle and building contractor standing shoulder-to-shoulder with native American steelworkers atop a Manhattan skyscraper frame inspired Ross Spiegel, president of the Connecticut Green Building Council, to become an architect.
A theater that’s been a fixture in downtown Darien for nearly a century has been acquired for $11.3 million by a hometown buyer.
MGM has named a new executive to lead its Massachusetts casino. MGM Springfield has struggled to meet its lofty revenue expectations since becoming the state’s first large-scale resort casino.
Commercial landlords looking for financing to upgrade the energy efficiency of their buildings now have an extra reward on offer for doing so.
MTA Metro-North announced that its on-time performance increased 4.3 percentage points in 2019, rising to 94.4 percent, the best performance in six years.
Trumbull officials aren’t yet ready to welcome more apartment developments into their town’s limits.
Three prominent Connecticut officials on Friday called on the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development to immediately improve its oversight of a federal Section 8 voucher program.
The Knights of Columbus are the new owners of New Haven’s only class A office building with more than 25,000 square feet of contiguous space on one floor and one of only two buildings with unobstructed views of Long Island Sound.
A federal grand jury in New Haven has returned an indictment charging a Bridgeport man with making false statements and submitting false documents to the U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration.
The Seattle-based coffee giant that has cultivated a reputation for being socially responsible said Thursday it is expanding its effort to put more coffee shops and create more jobs in poor neighborhoods.
The state’s 18-month-old commuter rail line has already broke the 1 million-rider mark, Gov. Ned Lamont said.