Hartford’s well-known “Stilts Building” is facing foreclosure from lender Wells Fargo.
A 653-acre parcel that served as a manufacturing hub for an industrial conglomerate in Windsor is taking the next step in its evolution into a master-planned community.
A Wilton office building has sold to a developer who plans to build a new multifamily rental project on the site.
Democrats’ compromise of health care, climate change and deficit-reduction strategies is paid for largely with new corporate taxes, including a 15 percent minimum tax on big corporations to ensure they don’t skip out on paying any taxes at all,
Senate Democrats have agreed to eleventh-hour changes to their marquee economic legislation that preserve a commonly-used method of financing real estate developments.
Designing schools to be safe in an era of gun violence doesn’t necessarily mean turning them into forbidding institutional fortresses. Svigals + Partners architect Marissa Dionne Mead knows this firsthand.
This back-to-school shopping season, parents – particularly in the low to middle income bracket – are focusing on the basics while also trading down to cheaper stores amid surging inflation.
Connecticut’s towns and cities permitted 394 new housing units in June, bringing the year-to-date total to 2,294 units, or 344 than at the same time last year.
Stamford-based HR firm OperationsInc said its research shows a “significant gap” remains between managers’ and workers’ expectations and desires around remote work.
City officials have given the go-ahead to developers seeking to convert an eyesore into hundreds of new apartments at a neighborhood “gateway” in New Haven.
An affiliate of a Baltimore-based real estate investment company has bought a parcel of industrial land in Stratford.
The future of Middletown’s riverfront is coming into sharp focus as architects lay out a vision for mixed-use development, recreation areas and a new connection to the city’s downtown.
A three-building portfolio grouped around East Hartford’s massive Interstate 84 interchange has traded hands for $50 million.
Builder confidence plunged in July as high inflation and increased interest rates stalled the housing market by dramatically slowing sales, buyer traffic and housing starts according to new data.
Architects with New Haven-based Pickard Chilton have picked up three awards from the Connecticut chapter of the American Institute of Architects.
One of Fairfield County’s principal mall properties is getting a new tenant: a Japanese bowling facility and arcade.
A former standalone Lord & Taylor store in Stamford will continue as a retail location after discount retailer Saks Off 5th announced it has signed a lease for the property.
With a significant downturn in leasing activity during the second quarter, Fairfield County’s availability rate for office space rose to nearly 28 percent.
Connecticut is boosting service along two Metro-North rail lines, a move that comes as ridership on the commuter railroad that serves Connecticut and New York moves closer to pre-pandemic levels.
A Connecticut real estate investor with $3.7 billion in assets under management has acquired a Boston-area hotel that caters to airport travelers.