Sandwich chain Subway announced this morning that it will be moving its headquarters from Milford, but it will be staying in-state.
The city of Shelton has sold four lots totaling 1.63 acres to a developer who plans a mixed-use project on the site.
A Shelton luxury apartment complex has been sold to a multifamily investor.
The site of a Webster Bank branch in downtown Shelton could soon become a 5-story mixed-use building following a vote by a city board.
A Danbury-based international firm that analyzes existing train tracks for defects and diagnoses problems has signed a lease for 41,417 square feet in Shelton as it seeks to consolidate its operations.
A Shelton proptech startup focused on helping commercial real estate properties manage their energy use more efficiently is growing, thanks to a new round of funding led by Balance Point Capital with participation by Connecticut Innovations.
Thanks to federal Low Income Housing Tax Credits announced Thursday by the Connecticut Housing Finance Authority, seven apartment development projects are moving forward.
A Shelton insurance agency is joining a Bangor, Maine-based independent insurance provider.
Two leases covering nearly 47,000 square feet in a Shelton office park have been signed.
Connecticut is granting $3.6 million to 11 projects in eight municipalities to assess, remediate and revitalize blighted properties.
Insurance technology company InsurIQ has expanded its offices in Shelton and made new hires.
Bridgeport’s century-old Columbus Day Parade will not be held this year due to disputes over police overtime.
Fire officials in Connecticut are investigating a blaze that destroyed a home.
BTX Global Logistics, a freight forwarding and logistics company, opened a new headquarters in Shelton.
A New Jersey-based developer recently bought a 5-story, Class-A office building in Shelton for $15.6 million.
A Shelton native has pleaded guilty in Hartford federal court to one count of bank robbery, admitting that he robbed four branches of Chase Bank last year.