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“It doesn't take a fortune to start a business, it just takes faith,” said Tanisha Williams, co-owner of the newly relocated Fragrant Basil Juice Cafe in Norwalk.
The Greenwich self-administered equity real estate investment trust, Urstadt Biddle Properties Inc. has acquired the 72,000 square foot Newfield Green Shopping Center on Newfield Avenue in Stamford for $45.3 million.
Following the $8.5 million purchase of 241-249 Danbury Road in Wilton, the New Canaan-based industrial real estate firm Cambridge Hanover intends to develop the space into a 55,000-square-foot medical center to be known as the Wilton Wellness Center.
SL Green Realty Corp. of Manhattan has sold the 121,000-square-foot commercial office space at 500 West Putnam Ave. in Greenwich for $41 million, or $337 per square foot, to Fareri Associates, LP in Greenwich.
Two Westchester entrepreneurs have recently opened a Fairfield County franchise of the national service Oasis Senior Advisors, providing assisted living referrals to seniors and their families.
Real estate investment firm Avison Young has closed a $9.2 million sale of the mixed use commercial office space at 100 Trap Falls Extension in Shelton.
Newmark Grubb Knight Frank has facilitated the largest sale of commercial official space in Greenwich since 2007 with the $51.5 million purchase of 411 West Putnam Ave., also known as Wexford Plaza.
The City of Norwalk has received a top credit ratings from the three major ratings agencies in addition to a stable fiscal outlook.
The Sun Products Corp. in Wilton, producer of laundry and other household products has announced today that owner Vestar Capital Partners in New York City has agreed to sell the company to Henkel Consumer Goods Inc., a subsidiary of Henkel AG & Co. KGaA in Germany for $3.6 billion.
The University of Connecticut's Stamford satellite is closing in on a deal that could bring near-campus housing to hundreds of students for the first time in the school's history.
Richard Gemming has joined the Western Connecticut Health Network as the new vice president as well as executive director of the network’s medical group, a collection of urgent and primary care facilities throughout western Connecticut.
HomeFront Inc. in Stamford has been partnering with corporations large and small for nearly three decades to provide free home repairs for low-income homeowners and community organizations in need. This year the nonprofit reached a new milestone with more than 2,900 completed projects, which have had an economic impact of more than $50 million, according to HomeFront officials.