INDUSTRIES

Mayor Spano touts Yonkers Industrial Development Agency, sees development moving inland

“I don’t know how a city can even operate without one,” Yonkers Mayor Mike Spano told the Business Journal about the Yonkers Industrial Development...

Stationery retailer Papyrus to close all stores

Store closures are expected to occur over the next four to six weeks.

BIC scores infringement lawsuit win over Arrow Lighter

BIC's Steve Burkhart warned that "low-quality non-compliant imported lighters are rampant in the U.S. market."

House foreclosure entangles chef Bonnie Saran’s ‘Little’ eateries

As of December, according to the complaint, Little Bonnie had failed to pay $29,124 in real estate taxes for two years and the December mortgage payment.

Fairway Market refutes report of Chapter 7 bankruptcy and store closings

The 14-store chain began in 1933 as a fruit-and-vegetable stand on Manhattan’s Upper West Side.

PepsiCo to make MTN Dew Maui Burst a Dollar General exclusive

Dollar General has more than 16,000 stores across the U.S.

Darien Playhouse sells for $11.3 million

The nearly 21,000-square-foot theater building at 1077 Boston Post Road was built in 1927; it has since been converted into retail space that preserves its vintage architecture.

Norwalk’s Merritt River Apartments is sold

The property includes a clubhouse, fitness center, outdoor pool, fire pits, business center and covered parking garage.

New study finds Connecticut trails Massachusetts for pricey real estate

Riverside’s 06878 was Connecticut’s most expensive ZIP code with a median sale price of $1.63 million.

The Business Council of Fairfield County’s new chief Erin Flynn: Urbanization...

“I know it’s happening in Stamford," says the incoming Council president and CEO, "but we need to see if we can capture more of the next generation’s talent base in places like Norwalk and Bridgeport as well.”

New Rochelle takes transit-oriented development spotlight in Congress

New Rochelle’s Commissioner of Development Luiz Aragon went to Washington on Jan. 16 to speak before a congressional subcommittee about bipartisan legislation known as the...

Greenwich’s Brand Velocity Partners acquires Original Footwear Inc.

Original Footwear offers products under the Altama, Original S.W.A.T. and Smith & Wesson brands. The company recently expanded into the consumer footwear market with Urban Assault, a lighter weight variation on its Altama brand of military boots.