Commercial & Industrial
Robin Equity LLC recently acquired a 50,666-square-foot industrial building in Orange.
A new group has been formed to support progressive female candidates in Connecticut.
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy sounded the alarm Thursday about the projected insolvency of Connecticut’s transportation account, warning the state soon may not have the money it needs to pay for many planned road and bridge improvement projects.
D&A Construction Management Inc. has leased 4,000 square feet in North Branford.
Hartford’s well-documented economic struggles initially discouraged Adam Stark from investing in the capitol city when looking to make his first Connecticut acquisition outside Fairfield County.
Gerry Amodio is a self-described “New Britain lifer,” but it wasn’t until 2010 that his passion for supporting the community became a fulltime job. He sold his family moving and storage business to take on the leadership of the New Britain Downtown District, which collects a property tax surcharge from 85 owners of 112 properties for police patrols, community events and placemaking. The city has seen a rebound in private investment in recent years, as developers focus on building multifamily housing in the downtown core with such projects as the $58 million Columbus Commons complex.
A Massachusetts company that for nearly 140 years has supplied the paper used to make U.S. currency has been sold for $800 million to a similarly-named Connecticut company.
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s budget director is defending the Democratic administration’s decision to fill several open jobs at the Public Utilities Regulatory Authority.
Legislative leaders are planning to meet with Gov. Dannel P. Malloy to discuss how to handle a growing deficit in Connecticut’s budget.
The future of Hartford’s downtown arena still remains uncertain, despite last week’s approval of $40 million in state bonding to help fix up the aging XL Center.
Industry veteran Bob Cascella has joined Avison Young as vice president.
The Commercial Mortgage delinquency rate declined 26 basis points to 2.68 percent in October for the fourth consecutive month of declined, according to a new report from Morningstar Credit Ratings LLC. The unpaid balance of commercial mortgages fell 4.5 percent and securitized mortgages rose above $800 million for the first time since 2009.
President of Hartford-based commercial real estate services company Sentry Commercial Mark J. Duclos recently took office as vice president of the Society of Industrial and Office Realtors (SIOR).
Funding for major improvements to Hartford’s XL Center and contentious improvements to a Milford state park were among a host of projects to receive long-awaited state capital funds on Wednesday.
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy announced Wednesday the state and two federally recognized tribes are suing the federal government for failing to act on their revenue sharing agreement before a new casino can be built to compete with the MGM casino in Massachusetts.
Tenant Partners recently inked a long-term sublease to Federici Brands in Wilton.
HK Group recently announced several lease completions.
U.S. President Donald Trump’s daughter Ivanka Trump kicked off a global business summit in southern India on Tuesday calling for better opportunities for women entrepreneurs battling heavy odds around the world.
CTNext, a resource for entrepreneurial support, recently announced the addition of two new partners, Design Technologies and Nerac, to its partner program.
Connecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy has signed a budget fix into law, but says he still has problems with the two-year bipartisan agreement reached by lawmakers without him.
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