BY DANIELLE BRODY
About 250 people celebrated Westchester and Fairfield County’s young professionals who are making an impact in their jobs and in their communities...
Obstacle course race in Stamford garners business support, will benefit special-needs athletes.
The Sept. 21-22 event will feature health screenings provided by the hospital as well as more than 80 exhibitors showcasing the latest in health and wellness.
The new 65,000-square-foot CP-AC Fitness facility is next to the existing 400,000-square-foot center.
Greta Wagner will replace Mollie Marcoux in July.
Community members agree – Chelsea Piers has been a home run for Connecticut in its first year.
Manhattanville College announced it will begin offering classes in sports management at Chelsea Piers in Stamford.
In a sizeable expansion, Millennium Partners renewed a lease at 1700 East Putnam Ave. in Greenwich.
With two AvalonBay developers in house, Spinnaker Real Estate Partners L.L.C. formed a unit to pursue residential projects.
New York City is studying whether its Class B office space meets the needs of today’s startups – and drawing comparisons with competing locales, possibly to include Fairfield County.
After focusing the initial phase of Connecticut’s new “Still Revolutionary” advertising campaign on tourism, the next phase features cutting-edge companies here.
A Chinese national team’s reservation of ice time at Chelsea Piers Connecticut may represent the start of a new trend for the Stamford fitness facility: practice port of call.
The city of Stamford is hoping to teach 10,000 people CPR at Hands for Life.
Commercial leasing was muted in the first half in Fairfield County, according to Cushman & Wakefield.
Cai and Jeff Pandolfino are aiming to plant their Green & Tonic in markets nationally.