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Mount Kisco HomeGoods property sells for $6.8M, but in a unique...

Involved in bringing about the HomeGoods sale was New York City-based real estate investment brokerage firm B+E. It has developed a transactional platform on the internet specializing in the sale of net lease commercial properties occupied by a single tenant and 1031 exchanges.

Pound Ridge Golf Club owner Ken Wang reflects on the golf...

While many people think of golf courses as not being part of the hospitality industry unless they’re associated with a resort, the U.S. Bureau...

Connecticut issues guidance on foods and drinks to receive higher sales...

"It is simply a money grab, that's all it is," said Senate Minority Leader Len Fasano.

Suite Talk: Jeff Wentzel, founder of the Connecticut Hemp Industry Association

"It's brand new and people are still learning," said Wentzel about the state's hemp industry. "Thankfully, the hemp community is about people helping each other out."

CBIA survey finds sales and profits up, but pessimism remaining strong

CBIA President Joe Brennan said, "State policymakers must acknowledge these very real concerns."

News 12 to be carried on Verizon Fios

News 12, the local news service from Altice USA, which has been seen on Altice’s Optimum cable TV service, will be carried on Verizon’s Fios cable system beginning in November.

Conn. Comptroller Lembo forecasts $126.1M surplus going into FY2020

Lembo cautioned the forecast "should be treated with cautious optimism."

CT Gov. Lamont signs executive order to speed up climate...

"Climate change is an urgent, existential threat that must be tackled immediately," said Lamont.

Six-year high for median sales price on Connecticut single-family homes

The median single-family home price rose 0.7 percent on a year-over-year basis to $282,000, the highest price recorded for July since 2013.

Connecticut issues RFP for 2,000 MW of offshore wind power

The RFP is the state’s first solicitation dedicated specifically to offshore wind development.

Connecticut’s casinos post 13th straight month of declining slots revenue

As slots revenue declines, efforts by the tribes to expand across the state face obstacles.

Connecticut shed 100 jobs in July

“July’s payroll employment was essentially flat to June’s,” said Andy Condon, director of the Office of Research at the Connecticut Department of Labor.

Connecticut ranks last among states in post-Great Recession personal income growth

Connecticut’s poor performance was attributed to losses in its manufacturing sector, particularly in the chemical industry.

CT home sales down while condo sales rise

"The condo market was a bright spot for the Connecticut housing market last month," said Tim Warren of The Warren Group.

Stop & Shop to end single-use plastic bags at checkout in...

The supermarket chain will provide free paper bags to its Connecticut shoppers during August.