Commercial & Industrial
The University of Connecticut’s board of trustees has approved a $45 million plan to build a hockey rink on campus.
A new 19,000-square-foot school expansion upon the existing Riverside Magnet School has been completed in East Hartford.
International law firm Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld is planning to open its first office in Connecticut.
The Coca-Cola Bottling Co. of Northern New England is bulking up its operations in East Hartford and South Windsor.
Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices New England Properties’ Westport office has moved to 20 Wilton Road, a waterfront space at the National Hall complex on the Saugatuck River, as of this morning.
Morgan Truck Body, a manufacturer of commercial truck bodies headquartered in Pennsylvania, has opened its first New England location in a former American Standard plant.
Washington Trust recently provided $13 million to Talcottville Vernon Development for the first phase of construction on the multifamily Trail Run Apartments development in Vernon.
The Connecticut States Colleges and Universities recently unveiled the first two of its new solar energy systems during a ribbon-cutting event at Manchester Community College.
Although preliminary numbers for September show a total loss of 500 jobs for that month, the August numbers were revised upwards from 1,100 jobs to a total gain of 3,300 jobs.
Lori Pelletier is resigning as leader of Connecticut’s largest labor federation to take a job in Washington, D.C.
A New London neighborhood that was the battleground for a landmark U.S. Supreme Court decision over private property rights is attracting interest from a potential master developer for an extended-stay hotel, office building and multifamily housing.
The CTrail Hartford Line station in Berlin has opened at 51 Depot Road. The station will service Amtrak and the Hartford Line.
Hartford has opened its new Reentry Welcome Center for formerly incarcerated individuals to access support services to better integrate back into their communities. Community Partners in Action will run the center with other local organizations.
Submarine builder Electric Boat is moving forward with plans for an $850 million shipyard expansion in Connecticut.
Police in Hartford have apprehended a driver who struck a bicyclist, then crashed into the back of a school bus while trying to flee.
Real estate and financial services company USA Equity Trust has purchased an office building in Stamford for $2.45 million.
Barbara Dalio bought a better easel when her youngest son left the nest and planned to devote herself to her painting, but then she discovered a new passion: education.
A Connecticut town has withdrawn an application for a proposed park to be named in memory of a boy who died from cancer.
JPMorgan Chase & Co. said on Friday that it was building a new “fintech campus” in Silicon Valley for more than 1,000 employees, as it pushes to keep abreast of changes in digital payments.
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