Commercial & Industrial
In a sign West Hartford leaders worry a planned “fintech village” on the site of a former UConn satellite campus may never materialize, town councilors approved a right of first refusal agreement on Tuesday with the property’s developer Ideanomics.
Despite the coronavirus pandemic, Connecticut’s municipalities approved more housing units in May of this year than they did one year ago, according to statistics released by the state Department of Economic and Community Development.
The Navy has announced a proposed $9.5 billion contract with General Dynamics’ Electric Boat to build the first two submarines of a new generation of ballistic missile vessels.
Gov. Ned Lamont is open to the idea of working with neighboring states to have visitors self-quarantine for two weeks if they are coming from parts of the U.S. with high rates of COVID-19, he said Monday, noting Connecticut cannot take its current low infection and hospitalization rates for granted.
A plan to use driverless shuttles to carry staff, patients and visitors from one part of Yale New Haven Hospital’s facilities in New Haven to another may not be going anywhere.
Pearce Commercial Real Estate’s North Haven office has a new face among its ranks.
Connecticut Department of Labor Commissioner Kurt Westby said Friday his agency is still seeing an “unprecedented number” of unemployment claims because of the coronavirus pandemic, but has managed to reduce processing times to one-to-two weeks from a high of six weeks.
Southington’s Lincoln College campus, which failed to sell at auction last year, could see new development.
Lamont said Thursday’s he’s willing to consider a proposal to pay workers a $450 stipend to return to work, an idea supported by President Donald Trump’s top economic advisor and some congressional Republicans.
State officials urged Connecticut residents Thursday to get tested for COVID-19 as more businesses reopen and people return to work, noting there’s greater availability of tests and they’re free.
Three months after the viral outbreak shut down businesses across the country, U.S. employers are still shedding jobs at a heavy rate, a trend that points to a slow and prolonged recovery from the recession.
A Branford office building that received a second story and a renovation last year has seen its added space fully leased.
A steady stream of customers lined up for barbecue at lunchtime Wednesday at Bear’s Smokehouse in Hartford and for the first time in three months were allowed to take a seat inside, under the second phase of Connecticut’s reopening amid declining coronavirus numbers.
The Bloomfield former home of Red Bull Distribution Co. has been leased to a printing company.
Gov. Ned Lamont issued a new executive order Tuesday night allowing the state’s hotels to resume operation.
Connecticut is currently in good shape for the next round of business re-openings scheduled for this week, given the slowing COVID-19 infection and death rates, Gov. Ned Lamont said Monday.
After pleading with tribal leaders to not reopen and even raising the possibility of pulling their state-issued liquor licenses, Gov. Ned Lamont ultimately settled for ordering state transportation workers to put up the signs.
A New Britain developer plans to build 111 apartments on vacant land in Bloomfield.
The new owners of a vacant lot near New Haven’s Mill River are planning to redevelop it into either biotech or warehouse uses.
Windsor’s Addison Corporate Center has been sold to a California real estate investment firm for $38 million.