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While the current version of Gov. Ned Lamont's CT2030 transportation plan estimates its trucks-only tolls component will raise $170-180 million a year for infrastructure improvements, that is only "a small fraction of what is needed,” according to State Sen. Alex Bergstein, D-36th (Greenwich, New Canaan and Stamford),
Riverside’s 06878 was Connecticut’s most expensive ZIP code with a median sale price of $1.63 million.
Original Footwear offers products under the Altama, Original S.W.A.T. and Smith & Wesson brands. The company recently expanded into the consumer footwear market with Urban Assault, a lighter weight variation on its Altama brand of military boots.
Office leasing activity during 2019 in Westchester County rose about 8.4% over the level seen in 2018, while dropping about 15% in Fairfield County,...
The Greenwich transportation titan has not determined which, if any, business units could be sold or spun off, but noted its North American less-than-truckload unit is off the table.
19 Lower Cross Road sits on 10 acres and features approximately 14,862 square feet of living space.
The fourth-quarter report on the Greenwich-area housing market from brokerage firm Houlihan Lawrence shows that there was a flurry of activity even though houses...
The fourth-quarter report on Westchester’s housing market from Rye Brook-based brokerage firm Houlihan Lawrence describes a “paradigm shift” taking place with sellers accepting that...
Stamford's Central Business District (CBD) accounting for 36%, or nearly 1.2 million square feet, of the county’s total leasing volume of 3.2 million square feet in 2019.
During Microphase’s first year in business, it designed a diplexer for Lockheed Martin.
Gibson bought the property in1994 for $9.3 million and sold it in 2010 for $24 million.
The plan would install gantries on six state and county roads that cross the state line in the towns of Pound Ridge, Lewisboro and North Salem, and possibly a toll on the Hutchinson River Parkway just before it becomes the Merritt Parkway upon entering Connecticut.
"Business has been literally mind-blowing so far," says general manager Shelley Steinberg. "Within the first six days I lost count of how many people said they were already back for the fourth or fifth time.”