A New Haven hotel owner is asking for city permission to convert its extended-stay property into a multifamily rental.
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.
Paredim Partners’ recent $52.5 million purchase of the 194-unit Taft apartments overlooking New Haven Green is the latest illustration of founder David Parisier’s confidence in the strength of the Elm City’s economy and multifamily market.
A new report from commercial real estate brokerage CBRE put New Haven in the top 20 markets for life science talent nation-wide.
One of Connecticut’s few economic success stories wants to put development in a key waterfront neighborhood off-limits for a year.
A large apartment complex planned for the area next to New Haven’s Winchester Works biotech hub will be managed by Paredim Communities after its parent firm, local develop Paredim Partners, joined the project as an investor.
A nearly-400-unit multifamily development planned next to New Haven’s Winchester Works biotech cluster could be advancing after a California real estate investment firm loaned its developers $78 million.
Supply might be limited, but the places where home prices significantly soared in the last year concentrated at the most expensive as well as the most affordable segments of the market, like Bridgeport.
A prominent piece of New Haven’s skyline attracted a cross-border investor earlier this month.
New Haven landlords are threatening to pass increased property taxes on to their tenants if the city doesn’t also lower its mil rate further.
A perfect storm of economic factors is benefiting New Haven’s multifamily market, which is being cited as a national model of urban centers’ swift recovery from the pandemic’s disruptive influence on high-density.
New Haven has one more tool it can use to keep biotech firms in town: Direct flights to a major research hub.
Five developments were approved by officials in New Haven this week, shortly before the city’s new affordable housing mandate goes into effect.
An office building in New Haven’s Yale-oriented East Rock neighborhood has traded hands for $925,000.
Growth of the life science industry in New Haven, groundbreaking of downtown Hartford apartments and a return to stability for the Fairfield County office market are expected to make headlines in Connecticut commercial real estate throughout 2022.
An old New Haven mill building currently host to offices could be renovated into 36 apartments, with an additional 108 built on the property’s parking lot under a plan reviewed by city officials yesterday.
Connecticut ended the year with big drops in residential construction, new data from the state Department of Economic and Community Development shows.
Hallmark’s closure of its 1 million-square-foot Enfield distribution center in 2015 set off alarms about the town’s chances of replacing the greeting card manufacturer as a major taxpayer and corporate presence.
New Haven could get its next residential tower in the city’s Wooster Square neighborhood courtesy of a highly litigious landlord.
Another big apartment building planned near New Haven’s train station and a potentially transformative mixed-use project in the city’s largely-Black Dixwell neighborhood have been approved by city officials.