Commercial & Industrial
Anyone traveling into Connecticut, New York or New Jersey from three additional states – Delaware, Kansas and Oklahoma – must now self-quarantine for 14 days to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.
The storied Manhattan clothier Brooks Brothers is filing for bankruptcy protection.
Lucky Brand Jeans plans to close 13 stores, including two in Connecticut, as it files for bankruptcy and sells itself to a prominent international clothing retailer.
New Haven’s Board of Alders gave critical backing to zoning changes that will enable the construction of the city’s next big biotech real estate project downtown.
Connecticut residents will have to wait longer to enjoy a drink in a bar or attend larger indoor and outdoor gatherings. They’ll also have to wait longer for the capacity limits to be increased in places likes restaurants and gyms.
There’s a new face among one of Fairfield County’s commercial real estate brokerages.
Gov. Ned Lamont, a businessman-turned-politician, mid-way into his first term, did what felt natural when he faced the prospect of large numbers of coronavirus infections spreading from neighboring New York into his state.
A Branford retail center has seen a key tenant expand their footprint by 50 percent while singing a long-term renewal on their lease.
The heads of four major Connecticut institutions of higher learning announced a plan Tuesday that would preserve, or even grow, the industry’s presence in Connecticut’s biggest city.
Gov. Ned Lamont on Monday unveiled a $33 million plan, which includes both state and federal resources, to provide emergency help for renters, homeowners, and residential landlords affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
Multifamily property owners with forbearance agreements for mortgage backed by Fannie Mae or Freddie Mae are now eligible for three-month extensions.
With the COVID-19 pandemic severely disrupting its finances as elective surgeries and other non-emergency but revenue-generating treatments are cancelled, Hartford Healthcare says it’s reconsidering plans for a $24 million renovation and expansion at 100 Pearl St. in downtown Hartford.
CMBS delinquencies have seen big spikes in the Hartford area but largely spared the Fairfield County and New Haven-Milford commercial real estate market so far.
Amazon will fill a speculative 403,000-square-foot distribution center built by Indiana developer Scannell Properties at 120 County Line Drive in Cromwell last year, company and city officials said Wednesday.
New York, Connecticut and New Jersey asked Wednesday for travelers from states with high coronavirus infection rates to go into quarantine for 14 days in a bid to preserve hard-fought gains as caseloads rise elsewhere in the country.
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.