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Robert Martin recapitalizes portfolio; $455M loan plus equity

Robert Martin Company, headquartered in Elmsford, has recapitalized its industrial real estate portfolio consisting of 45 properties and entered into a new joint venture...

$97.5M secured for luxury mixed-use property in Stamford

Atlantic Station II comprises 325 units and 48,000 square feet of retail at 405 Atlantic St.

RBS Stamford HQ snapped up by Rubenstein Partners for $163M

Built in 2009 to serve as the U.S. headquarters of RBS, 600 Washington Blvd. is in downtown Stamford’s central business district and is approximately 85% leased.

Jones Lang LaSalle to acquire HFF in $2B deal

JLL of Chicago will acquire all the outstanding shares of Dallas-based HFF in a cash and stock transaction, which was approved by the boards of both companies.

Tangoe Inc. moving Orange, Sandy Hook operations to Shelton

Tangoe’s new space was previously home to children’s clothing brand Carter’s, which moved its Connecticut operations to Atlanta.

Fairfield office leasing declines sharply in third quarter

Fairfield County's office market experienced a desultory level of leasing activity in the third quarter.

Global real estate firm JLL announces new leadership

Jones Lang LaSalle Inc., a global real estate firm based in Chicago, will have new leadership in October. The company, which goes by JLL and has an...

More Q1 leasing but lower rents in Westchester office market

The White Plains Central Business District and Interstate 287 corridor led first-quarter leasing at Westchester office buildings.

Hudson Valley businesses say costs still challenging in 2014

More than 200 businesses offer their views on the region’s business climate in a survey by the Hudson Valley Economic Development Corp. and Jones Lang LaSalle.

Three tenants sign leases in Danbury office park

Cushman & Wakefield announced two tenants are moving in and one is renewing its lease at Lee Farm Corporate Park in Danbury.

Lackluster start to office leasing this year

Brokers reported weak fist-quarter leasing activity in Westchester County’s commercial office market.

Survey: Most businesses in Fairfield optimistic about their industry

The cost of living and a need for talent were cited as challenges in the county.

Vacancy rate remains steady

Westchester County’s commercial office space vacancy rate held even in the third quarter of 2013, helped by several large-scale transactions that balanced the market.

Greenwich rent and lunch are costly and in sync

Sushi and square footage share a relationship.

New report charts broad regional recovery

HVEDC and Jones Lang LaSalle size up data together.