One of Fairfield County’s principal mall properties is getting a new tenant: a Japanese bowling facility and arcade.
Savings Bank of Danbury plans to construct a new 35,000-square-foot office building in Danbury for its back-office operations team.
Felix Charney’s Summit Development has carved out a niche repurposing massive former corporate headquarters in suburban locations. His latest turnaround story took place at The Summit at Danbury, the 1.2 million-square-foot former Union Carbide headquarters. I
Nuvance Health Systems says it will consolidate offices in Connecticut and New York State in 220,000 square feet at Danbury’s The Summit office complex.
Two major Connecticut malls now have firm dates for when they’ll lose anchor stores.
Gov. Ned Lamont announced Friday that he’s chosen Danbury Mayor Mark Boughton to be the state’s new tax commissioner.
A major Fairfield County mall is bucking recent trends that have seen area malls lose many tenants as major retail chains pull back or go bankrupt amid tough economic times.
Comedian John Oliver made a secret trip to Connecticut last week to help cut the ribbon on a sign naming a sewage treatment plant in his honor.
Nearly a dozen of Connecticut’s 169 cities and towns were listed Thursday as “high alert” communities for COVID-19 infections. All but two are located in the southeastern part of the state.
State and local officials on Tuesday urged residents of Danbury to get tested for COVID-19 and pick up the phone when a contact tracer calls, saying it’s crucial to stopping the current “uptick” of cases in the western Connecticut city from turning into a “runaway freight train.”
Danbury Mayor Mark Boughton announced Amazon will be building a distribution center in the city with a two-word exclamation.
Danbury could become home to a new specialty cancer treatment facility.
A development team planning to build apartments at a downtown Danbury site has paid $24.5 million for the property.
It was another somewhat bearish year for Connecticut’s housing market, as total single-family home sales dipped, while prices barely increased. Still, some bright spots appeared that are worth a closer look.
Savings Bank of Danbury has named Robert Hagan as a vice president of commercial banking.
Human skeletal remains possibly belonging to Revolutionary War soldiers have been discovered under an 18th-century house being renovated in Connecticut.
A 64,255-square-foot office building in Danbury that’s 81 percent occupied has been sold by its owner since 2010 for $7.6 million.
Downtown Danbury is slated for a make-over, with millions budgeted for inlaid sidewalks, street trees and other public amenities.
In honor of its 170th anniversary the Savings Bank of Danbury will sponsor the third phase of restoration at the Charles Ives Home, an important piece of Danbury and the bank’s history.
A 150-unit development is testing the idea that there is high demand for downtown living in Danbury.