INDUSTRIES

Regency Centers buys Rivertowns Square for $69 million

The purchase of Rivertowns Square marks the first property acquisition in Westchester for Regency Centers, a Jacksonville, Florida-based owner, operator and developer of grocery-anchored retail centers across the country. It owns 10 shopping centers across Fairfield County.

Banks ask bankruptcy court to force D’Alessio liquidation

The Westchester Bank, Greater Hudson Bank and BNB Bank claim that Michael D’Alessio owes them more than $6.3 million.

Ginsburg tops off Peekskill townhomes

The development includes 16 rowhouse condominiums, with triplex two- and three-bedroom homes ranging in size from 1,649 square feet to 1,915 square feet.

Lung Association: Westchester gets an ‘F’ for air quality, again

The national organization has released yearly national air quality rankings for 19 years. Westchester County has failed its standards 19 times.

Newtown looking to grow business outreach, commercial development

While the town continues to try and shore up its relations with the business community, "It’s the leadership in Hartford that has to do the heavy lifting," says First Selectman Dan Rosenthal.

Renovation plans for Stamford’s St. John Towers move forward

The development will be funded through state and local financing.

University of Bridgeport professor finds new applications for wireless technology

University of Bridgeport's Khaled Elleithy was recently named a fellow in the African Academy of Science for his work in wireless technology.

Equity Push: CT House overwhelmingly passes bill banning questions about salary...

“People deserve equal pay for equal work – it’s that simple,” said Gov. Dannel Malloy.

Booking Holdings acquires FareHarbor

Booking Holdings Inc., the company formerly known as Priceline Group, has announced the acquisition of FareHarbor, a Denver-based provider of online reservation software.

Connecticut lost 2,000 jobs in March

Connecticut lost 2,000 jobs during March, according to data released by the state’s Department of Labor (DOL). As a result, Connecticut's unemployment rate decreased by one-tenth of a point to 4.5 percent in March.

Despite slow first quarter, office conversions set Westchester market for a...

Growth in asking rents is strongest in the White Plains Central Business District, where the average asking price of $34.84 per square foot is up 7 percent from last year’s first-quarter numbers, according to CBRE.

Environmental Bulkhead sues Bilwin over Tuckahoe hotel project

The original contract was for nearly $1.2 million but the price swelled to more than $1.8 million.