A project designed and constructed by Glastonbury-based S/L/A/M Collaborative is adding new outpatient suites at The Hospital of Central Connecticut in New Britain.
Gov. Ned Lamont is adding a new face to the top ranks of his administration in a new role targeted at boosting housing production and public transit.
Gov. Ned Lamont said Wednesday he is working with fellow Democrats to craft a final tolling bill that addresses some of the public’s concerns, such as ensuring no more than 50 overhead electronic toll collectors on four Connecticut highways.
Have we arrived at one of those rare Goldilocks moments in real estate, where the market works well for both sellers and buyers, strongly favoring neither?
After spending most of her career as a commercial interior designer, West Hartford’s Janis Newell is pitching products directly to landlords that can make workplaces healthier and more productive.
A New Haven man was sentenced yesterday in Hartford federal court to 12 months and one day of imprisonment, followed by three years of supervised release, for fraud and money laundering offenses in connection with a scheme to steal bitcoins in an online phishing scheme.
In the last decade, the number of Latino homeowners in America grew by 1.57 million to 7.87 million homeowners in 2018.
Asking rents dropped over the last 12 months in Fairfield County as elevated vacancy rates continue to trouble the area’s office market.
Bank of America plans to raise its starting pay to $20 an hour over a two-year period, the bank said Tuesday, starting with a hike next month.
A Shelton insurance agency is joining a Bangor, Maine-based independent insurance provider.
A 109-unit apartment portfolio in West Hartford has sold for $12.2 million.
The search to reach balance between historic building preservation and economic development in several local towns has moved to the legislative arena, with lawmakers contemplating a bill to loosen restrictions on the demolition of vacant structures.
The Federal Reserve on Monday put forward two proposals to modify regulations put in place after the 2008 financial crisis that the banking industry complained were too restrictive.
Total consumer debt among all Americans grew $15.2 billion in February, a slower rate than growth in January, according to recent data from the Federal Reserve.
A new national survey by Junior Achievement USA and Citizens Bank shows that more than 30 percent of teens do not believe they will be financially independent of their parents by the age of 30.
Yale’s board of trustees has approved the opening of a new professional school for the first time in 43 years.
Mortgage applications and refinancing activity soared at the end of March as mortgage rates continued to fall, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association’s Weekly Mortgage Applications Survey for the week ending March 29, 2019.
A Greenwich real estate agent has been named the top-producing Berkshire Hathaway agent in New England and New York.
A mixed-use building just off Boston Post Road in Orange has been sold to a new owner who plans to convert it for medical uses.
Following a drop in construction employment in February that some suggested might be the start of a slump, the number of new jobs in the industry nationwide recovered in March.