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“One of the keys (for Stamford and Norwalk) is the train stations,” says BLT Co-president Ted Ferrarone. “That just helps create the kinds of synergies that employers, employees and residents are all looking for right now.”
In addition to the Stamford executive, the CERC board voted to add leaders from Eversource, Avangrid Networks, the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving, and Quinnipiac University.
The OpenSync cloud platform enables the rapid deployment and support of different third-party smart home services, including whole home Wi-Fi, intelligent AI-driven security and advanced parental and guest controls.
Archer was previously managing director of business at eir Group, a communications services in Ireland.
Time Warner Cable acquired Navisite in 2011 for $230 million, and Charter acquired Time Warner Cable in 2015 for $78.7 billion.
Charter is required to provide broadband service to 145,000 upstate customers at an estimated cost of over $600 million, and to pay the state $12 million for other broadband projects.
IBM led the way in Westchester, while Charter Communications was the top-ranked firm in Fairfield County.
The roots of the dispute date back to 2016 when Charter signed a deal with the New York State Public Service Commission to gain approval of its purchase of Time Warner Cable.
The Greenwich and Stamford CBD zones, which accounted for 73.7 percent of the first quarter’s leasing activity
The new service, which is set to debut by the end of March, will include more than 60 channels and access to on-demand content.
According to the firm’s fourth quarter report, after recording moderate gains in each quarter of 2017, the county’s office market gradually gave back those advances in 2018.
The new building, if approved, would be nine stories totaling about 300,000 square feet.
Tim Rorick at NKF noted an increased demand by smaller tenants for "boutiquey office buildings" Norwalks' SoNo neighborhood.
The city that claims to have been “Innovating since 1641” is one of the state’s – never mind Fairfield County’s – brightest stars at the moment in terms of business development, housing, population growth, and potential.