Commercial & Industrial
A trio downtown New Haven apartment buildings for $25.15 million.
Multifamily investor-developer Greystar has hired Gary Kerr as managing director of development for its New England projects.
The newest luxury addition to South Norwalk will open on schedule.
Gov. Ned Lamont is trying to rally Connecticut lawmakers to support electronic tolls, acknowledging it’s a “tough vote” for the General Assembly.
A 39,161-square-foot retail plaza in East Haven has been sold for $2.15 million.
A Milford mixed-use building close to the Milford Plaza retail center has sold for $1.07 million.
Two properties in the heart of tony New Canaan hit the market Wednesday, a rare instance in a town where many commercial properties change hands without ever being publicly listed.
Connecticut’s Democratic-controlled House of Representatives has voted to incrementally increase the state’s minimum wage to $15 an hour by 2023, following a marathon, overnight debate.
Efforts to craft a compromise between Connecticut’s two Native American tribes, the state and Springfield, Massachusetts casino operator MGM Resorts on gambling expansion and sports betting have stalled.
Following a settlement brokered by Attorney General William Tong, a vacant former college dormitory and crime-ridden hotel could become the cornerstones of a $100 million development bringing approximately 650 privately-financed, market-rate apartments to downtown Willimantic.
A fire in New Haven’s Hill neighborhood early Sunday morning left two rooming house tenants dead, 14 displaced, four firefighters injured and many questioning whether the property was properly maintained by the landlord and inspected by the city.
One of Hartford’s only undeveloped industrial parcels may not stay empty for long after a large produce distributor with operations nearby elected to build a new facility in East Windsor instead of expanding there.
An effort to better market Connecticut as a good place to live, visit and do business has cleared a key legislative hurdle.
Drivers for ride-hailing giants Uber and Lyft in Stamford and cities around the world are turning off their apps to protest what they say are declining wages at a time when both companies are raking in billions of dollars from investors.
A developer has won permission from Manchester town officials for a 43,000-square-foot industrial small business incubator in the town’s industrial park.
The owners of a prominent downtown Hartford landmark say they are leasing out a vacant ground-floor retail space to a 6,650-square-foot grocery store.
U.S. employers advertised almost 7.5 million jobs at the end of March, a solid figure that signals hiring will likely remain strong in the months ahead.
Hartford Athletic chief executive Bruce Mandell had dreamed that the team’s inaugural home game would come at its newly renovated Dillon Stadium in the city’s south end following a successful opening road trip. Mandell said the team hopes to play its first game in Dillon Stadium on July 13.
Four historic properties in downtown Mystic have traded hands for $11.5 million.
Sardili Produce & Dairy Co. Inc. has decided to forego expanding in Hartford’s South Meadows industrial section and instead build a 202,400-square-foot distribution facility in East Windsor.