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BLT stresses jobs as part of Harbor Point picture

Four new restaurants will hire 200 employees in Stamford this summer.

New construction to boost activity at Harbor Point

Harbor Point, now going on its sixth year of economic expansion on Stamford’s waterfront, plans to start new construction projects this summer.

BLT renovates artists’ studio

Artists to move into new Harbor Point digs.

Bridgewater HQ anchors in Stamford

The $750 million headquarters will include new public waterfront access.

Editorial: Harbor no resentment

Stamford mayoral candidate and Board of Finance member David Martin wants Building & Land Technology Corp. (BLT) to succeed in “the transformation in the South End that (it) is orchestrating.”

Developer revises boatyard relocation plans

Developer Building & Land Technology Corp. has submitted a revised application to rezone its 205 McGee Ave. property as a boatyard after reaching a new land-swap agreement with Stamford Mayor Michael Pavia.

Bridgewater HQ, boatyard relocation plans get a boost

Plans by Bridgewater Associates to relocate to Stamford got a needed boost after Mayor Michael Pavia reached an agreement with Building and Land Technology Corp. that could allow for the relocation of the former Brewer Yacht Haven Marina.

Report: Stamford could allow for boatyard relocation

The city of Stamford has reportedly issued a letter of intent that could pave the way for developer Building and Land Technology (BLT) to relocate the South End boatyard to city-owned land at Shippan Point.

Foundation names four directors

The Fairfield County Community Foundation added four new board members.

Amid uncertainty, investment

Across Fairfield County, landlords continue to upgrade offices amid a lull in leasing activity.

Laurels for Landis Group

BOMA International’s southern Connecticut chapter bestowed its building of the year award on 400 Atlantic St. in Stamford.

Keystone project for Stamford?

Bridgewater Associates’ new headquarters could become the keystone of a Stamford revitalization spanning four decades.

‘Competitive again’

Bridgewater Associates planned headquarters in Stamford is seen as a turning point in the city’s efforts to attract more companies and bring down its 20 percent vacancy rate.

Bridgewater to Stamford in First Five deal

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy made the hedge fund titan Bridgewater Associates the newest company in Connecticut’s “First Five” program.

Kayak moving HQ to Stamford

Kayak Software Corp. quietly took a lease on a new headquarters in Stamford’s Harbor Point district.