Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont says he’s been assured United Technologies Corporation plans to hire 1,000 additional workers at Pratt & Whitney over the next few years.
Hoping to make sure the city’s stalled Downtown North redevelopment is shovel-ready, the Hartford City Council voted to OK a plan for Stamford-based RMS Cos. to redevelop several blocks around Dunkin Donuts Stadium.
New data from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York shows that nearly 20 percent of households in the Northeast think they will move to a new home in the next 12 months.
JPMorgan Chase plans to open its first retail branch in Hartford come September.
William “Bill” Raveis, the chairman and CEO of William Raveis Real Estate, Mortgage & Insurance was honored by the Damon Runyon Cancer Research Foundation for his fundraising efforts, which have generated over $2 million in donations for cancer research.
Hartford’s One Financial Plaza, also known as “The Gold Building,” has sold to a joint venture including an investment arm of downtown-based LAZ Parking for $70.5 million.
An Old Saybrook man has waived his right to be indicted and pleaded guilty before U.S. District Judge Michael P. Shea in Hartford to one count of making false statements for the purpose of obtaining a Small Business Administration loan.
The owner of a shopping center along U.S. 1 in Norwalk has received $3 million to refinance the property and fund tenant improvements.
Marketing agency Colangelo is expanding from coworking space to an 11,234-square-foot headquarters at a Building and Land Technology-owned loft office building in Norwalk.
Hartford’s Tecton Architects will be moving to the city’s Colt Gateway mixed-use complex, joining two other design firms.
United Technologies Corp. and Raytheon are merging in a deal that creates one of the world’s largest defense companies, whose headquarters will be located in the Boston area.
There’s still a chance that a wide-ranging deal on expanded gambling in Connecticut, one that could possibly include sports betting, internet gambling and a Bridgeport casino, could be reached in the coming months
Gov Ned Lamont says the Connecticut Department of Transportation has successfully replaced two bridge spans near Interstate 95 in Stamford, a project that required the highway to close over two consecutive weekends.
U.S. employers hired the most people on record in April, while the number of open jobs was largely unchanged, evidence that the job market remains solid.
Credit quality in Connecticut has fallen dramatically over the last decade and now ranks toward the bottom out of all 50 states.
With the city’s downtown Hilton hotel in need of renovations, Hartford Mayor Luke Bronin is asking the city council for authorization to renegotiate the terms of the hotel’s ground lease.
Nutmeg State Financial Credit Union is partnering with a credit union service provider in order to improve the overall efficiency of its mortgage services.
Schutz Dental Group has leased a 1,600 unit at 132 Pepes Farm Road in Milford.
An 18,030-square-foot Madison retail-office property with long-term tenancy has been sold for $2.79 million.
A new analysis by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce finds the Trump administration’s plan to impose a 5 percent tariff on all goods from Mexico starting on June 10 could cost Connecticut over $125 million.