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Norwalk residents asked for input on Wall Street area’s future

"We’re really excited about this," said Mayor Harry Rilling.

The challenge of reanimating downtown Bridgeport

The possibility of a magazine promoting the city was also floated.

What’s new with Westchester’s economic development initiatives?

The application process for this year’s Launch1000 cohort began in February.

Bridgeport receives $3.7M from state for infrastructure and economic development

The funding includes $250,000 to renovate Ellsworth Field's fence and dugouts.

First Selectman Tesoro: ‘My vision for Trumbull remains unchanged’

“We have continued to focus on underperforming and vacant properties,” she said.

What does the future hold for Norwalk’s industrial waterfront?

Some of those watching the webinar voiced their opposition to the plan.

State to provide $6M to redevelop area near South Norwalk train...

Lamont described Norwalk as a "YIMBY" environment.

Stamford Mayor Simmons asserts bright near-future for city

“We have the opportunity to attract a world class fintech university here in Stamford,” she said.

Economic development, Stamford-style

Economic development was on the agenda at the latest edition of the Stamford Partnership’s TechHub Fireside Chat series, with Connecticut Department of Economic and...

What’s next for Westchester?

An increased effort to attract new businesses is underway.

Westchester County Biosciences Accelerator picks third cohort

The cohort is made up of twelve participants, reaching from nearby universities and research centers to independent entrepreneurs. 

What’s next for Bridgeport?

Onofrio hinted that the city will soon be getting its second hotel.

New report seeks to improve post-pandemic economic strength for Connecticut’s women

Women of color were found to be particularly challenged by this economic miasma.

Ossining, Haverstraw latest recipients of state Downtown Revitalization grants

For this round, the Downtown Revitalization Initiative's statewide budget was doubled from $100 million to $200 million, allowing each of New York's 10 economic development councils to nominate two $10 million awardees or one municipality to receive $20 million.