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Aufgang Architects launches unit focused on energy efficiency

The BSAU unit works on new and retrofitted properties.

Covid-19 and Westchester’s commercial property market: Part 1, the light at...

The present total market is 27 million square feet.

Old Greenwich retail property listed for $2.75M sale

The retail property 1380 East Putnam Ave. in Old Greenwich has been listed for sale at $2.75 million. The single-story, 4,834-square-foot building was constructed in...

Two ex-Chase branches in Harrison listed for $5.8M sale

Cushman & Wakefield’s Capital Markets Group is the listing agent for both locations.

Montecito Medical completes acquisition of local orthopedic medical properties

The acquired properties are in Fairfield and Shelton.

Suite Talk: Nicholas W. Vitti Jr., real estate partner at Murtha...

Vitti stated there was "a need for new attorneys in this field."

Former Chase bank branch in Yonkers listed at $2.6M

The property last changed hands in 2006 in a $1.1 million transaction.

Monroe greenlights permit for new commercial vehicle facility

Several conditions were attached to the permit approval.

Suite Talk: Robert Withers, president and CEO of M1 Capital Corp.

"Credit is not getting looser, it's getting tighter," said Withers.

Shelton’s 10-12 Progress Drive relisted at lower $3.95M price

The property was listed for sale last year at $4.25 million.

Norwalk’s DaVita Health Center building listed for sale

The site was was the home to the Connecticut Design Center furniture store for more than 30 years.

Suite Talk: Joanna Frank, president and CEO of the Center for...

"The building industry doesn't really understand mental health very well," said Frank.

Stamford’s 84 West Park Place listed for sale

The property began its life in 1915 as a luxury hotel.

Greenwich’s 777 W. Putnam Ave. listed for sale

The property previously served as the headquarters for Nestle Waters North America.

Shelton receives $700K in EPA funds for brownfield cleanups

Mayor Mark Lauretti stated the funds will help boost the city's economic revitalization.