Two major Hartford office tenants are preparing to permanently cut their office footprints according to multiple reports in local media.
Stamford-based HR firm OperationsInc said its research shows a “significant gap” remains between managers’ and workers’ expectations and desires around remote work.
In what could be a positive sign for Hartford’s office market, The Hartford insurance company announced its workers will return to the office starting in December.
Greater Hartford ranks dead last among 80 U.S. metro areas in an Urban Land Institute report that gauges economic conditions and investor demand for real estate in 2022.
Insurance company Sun Life announced it is taking 47,000 square feet in the 26-story Gold Building at the corner of Main and Pearl streets.
Not all Connecticut businesses are planning to rush back into their offices following Gov. Ned Lamont’s decision to lift restrictions on offices.
The Hartford HealthCare hospital system will be the new occupants of six floors at downtown Hartford’s 100 Pearl St. tower following the signing of one of the city’s biggest commercial leases in recent months.
New Jersey-based enterprise IT firm GalaxE.Solutions has opened an “Innovation Center” in downtown Hartford’s Stilts Building, and hopes to grow the office into a program to help fuel a tech-led change in the city’s economy.
New York financial services firm Ideanomics announced its plans for a 58-acre former University of Connecticut commuter campus in West Harford on Monday.
A major Hartford law firm is relocating from CityPlace I to the city’s Prudential Building.
Improving market conditions for industrial properties in Greater Hartford and retail space in Fairfield County were bright spots in Connecticut’s commercial real estate market in 2016, offsetting stagnation in the office sector.