Commercial & Industrial
Fairfield County real estate investment firm the V20 Group is the new owner of a late-1970s office building in Darien.
Connecticut’s cities and towns OK’d another 396 homes last month, more units than have been permitted through August in any year since 2016.
A large warehouse just off Interstate 84 in Willington won’t go forward after town officials voted down the 1.5 million-square-foot proposal
In stark contrast to many of the larger corporate landlords in Fairfield County, R.D. Scinto Inc. and its founder, Bob Scinto, maintain a distinctly personal approach to operations of its commercial portfolio.
New Britain-based Jasko Development has secured officials’ approval for the land that will hold its latest large apartment building in downtown New Britain.
Gov. Ned Lamont was on hand Wednesday to kick off construction on a project Windsor Locks officials hope will spur more development in their town: a new train station.
President Joe Biden is launching a new initiative that could generate more demand in Connecticut’s nascent life science real estate sector.
Sparks flew when New Canaan’s Greg Schwartz, founder and CEO of the Tomo Network mortgage company, and New Haven Mayor Justin Elicker debated rich suburbs’ exclusionary zoning.
A 3.5-acre commercial site off Farmington Avenue in West Hartford could be redeveloped with 85 apartments and condominiums under plans submitted by The Arapahoe Group LLC.
Recent market trends in Fairfield County office leasing underscore the need for developers to invest in building upgrades and tenant amenities – or consider conversions to more desirable uses.
Bridgeport may have won another battle in its long war to attract market-rate development back to its streets.
Housing development in Connecticut is currently outpacing every prior year since at least 2015, according to new figures released this week by the state Department of Economic and Community Development.
A majority of women commercial real estate industry who left their job since the pandemic began did so to find career growth their old firm couldn’t provide.
Amazon may be trying to walk away from parts of its distribution center network as demand for online shopping falls as the pandemic winds down, but at least on project won’t be part of that.
A statewide civil rights and housing advocacy group filed suit against the New Haven suburb of Woodbridge yesterday, saying the town’s zoning violates state zoning law and the federal Fair Housing Act.
Investment advisors Albourne America have leased office space at Building and Land Technology’s Harbor Point mixed-use development on the Stamford waterfront.
A New York developer has made its second office property acquisition in Westport this year, acquiring a 42,432-square-foot office building for $16.5 million.
Once the Connecticut Children’s Museum relocates from its longtime West Hartford location, it could be replaced by 172 luxury apartments.
Michelle McCabe is hitting the road and getting familiar with the more than 80 communities that form the constituency of her downtown revitalization agency.
A Cromwell industrial property has sold for $3.3 million, according to the brokerage that arranged the deal.