After GE, The Deluge?

After GE, The Deluge?

It’s an increasingly familiar quandary in Connecticut commercial real estate circles: how to revive massive office complexes built during the heyday of the suburban migration that are lagging in demand as 21st-century workspaces? General Electric’s 526,000-square-foot...
How Much It’s Worth Depends On Who You Ask

How Much It’s Worth Depends On Who You Ask

In the end, it all comes down to the bottom line. “Value,” like beauty, is subjective – what the business is worth to the owner may not be what it is worth to the market. But if a business is to be sold, its value must be objectively determined – a sticking point for...
Building A Vibrant Town, Hoping For Commercial Growth

Building A Vibrant Town, Hoping For Commercial Growth

The vital signs for Enfield’s commercial real estate market are among the strongest of the suburban communities along the I-91 corridor between Hartford and Springfield. It’s the only town in the region with single-digit office vacancies, and it has a roster of stable corporate users including Mass Mutual, Brooks Brothers Group and LEGO Systems Inc. But Enfield faces growing competition attracting and retaining companies in key industries like as medical device manufacturing and health care