Commercial & Industrial
Aer Lingus service at Bradley International Airport will continue for at least four more years under a new agreement made with the state. The airline will also place one of its first four A321neoLR on the Bradley to Dublin route, a new and more spacious aircraft.
A 4,806-square-foot retail space in New Haven was leased to food truck and catering service Lunch Box 23 LLC. The space at 280 Blake St. will be used by the company for its catering service as well as the addition of a restaurant.
New England states are stepping up to help with whatever recovery efforts are needed as Hurricane Florence closes in on the Southeast.
S/L/A/M Collaborative is going bicoastal as it brings a Los Angeles-area architecture firm under its corporate umbrella.
Jones Street Investment Partners of Boston has purchased Hamden’s Town Walk apartment community for $136.5 million from an affiliate of Baker Properties, a New York real estate developer.
Two fully leased apartment buildings in West Haven have sold for $3.6 million to an anonymous buyer.
A Glastonbury commercial building was sold for $425,000 to Christopher Gonsalves. Gonsalves owns Milstream Construction LLC and plans to renovate the 4,250 square-foot building to use as office space.
Connecticut transportation officials will add fences to a bridge to prevent suicides.
Retail vacancies in Greater Hartford declined for the first time in three years because of a limited development pipeline and conversion of some properties to other uses, according to an industry report.
The new Hartford CTrail line had 69,067 passengers during its first six weeks of operation, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and the Connecticut Department of Transportation announced.
A former Connecticut apartment manager will avoid prison time in a rental income theft case, under a plea deal that includes her paying restitution.
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy has approved a $5 million state grant to implement a new microgrid at the U.S. Naval Submarine Base in Groton.
BTX Global Logistics, a freight forwarding and logistics company, opened a new headquarters in Shelton.
Connecticut’s labor force is expected to grow at a slower pace than the rest of the country in the coming years.
Bridgeport and Waterbury are ranked in the bottom ten of WalletHub’s newest ranking of real estate markets in the country. Out of 300 cities, Waterbury ranked 291, Bridgeport ranked 290 and Hartford ranked 283.
Connecticut State Police said they issued more than 1,300 speeding tickets over the long holiday weekend.
The Department of Labor has recovered more than $4.9 million in unpaid wages owed to Connecticut workers in the last fiscal year.
A land trust in the northwest corner of Rhode Island has accepted a donation of land that borders Connecticut.
Rent in Hartford has increased slightly for the third straight month, increasing by 0.2 percent over August.
Gov. Dannel Malloy filed an appeal with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) requesting that the denial of individual assistance for homeowners in New Haven and Fairfield counties be reversed.
Commercial & Industrial Top Block
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