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Navigating Norwalk improving, for developers and residents alike

When the city was developing its TOD plan for South Norwalk, it discovered 12 different zoning districts within a radius of less than a mile. “It was like, ‘What’s the point of this?’” said Norwalk Redevelopment Agency Executive Director Timothy Sheehan.

Summit Development buys Danbury’s Matrix Corporate Center for $17M

Summit plans to repurpose the building by subdividing it into 700,000 square feet of Class A office space; 400,000 square feet of residential apartments; 100,000 square feet of conference and event space; and 100,000 square feet of core services and amenities.

Fujifilm wins court ruling; expects to reopen Xerox negotiations

“All Xerox shareholders ought to be able to decide for themselves the operational, financial, and strategic merits of the transaction to combine Fuji Xerox and Xerox," Fujifilm said after the ruling.

East Norwalk train station TOD plan chugging ahead

The state-funded study will analyze existing conditions and develop a framework and vision for the future of the area around the train station.

Need to engage more fully with communities cited at economic development...

“We’re all about figuring out how to work collaboratively with communities and listening to what they want and what they need,” RXR Metropolitan Executive Vice President Seth Pinsky said at the Oct. 4 "Economic Development in Our Urban Hubs" discussion.

CSCU seeking millions from state; various tuition scenarios under discussion

Among the schools in the CSCU system are Norwalk Community College, Housatonic Community College in Bridgeport, and Western Connecticut State University in Danbury.

Amy Montimurro takes over as president/CEO of nonprofit Abilis

Amy Montimurro has worked with Abilis for more than 22 years, most recently as its director of Life Services; she was named interim CEO on July 1.

General Electric dumps CEO John Flannery after 14 months

Flannery’s brief leadership tenure was marked with embarrassments for the company, including a dividend cut last November and the removal of the company from the Dow Jones Industrial Average.

Second-hand retailer Euphoria mixes commerce, community

"People love coming in here – they feel it is a real homey atmosphere," said Catherine Hornyak, owner of Euphoria in Norwalk's Whistleville neighborhood.

Connecticut Dermatology Group opening in Greenwich

Among the practice's offerings are five lasers to treat a wide array of cosmetic and medical concerns, as well as a line of skin care products developed by its staff physicians.

Norwalk cybersecurity firm TruOps gets funding for expansion, jobs

The funding comes from Austin, Texas-based Petros Connecticut Fund I, an $18 million investment fund focused on supporting the growth of Connecticut businesses.

CT ramping up cybersecurity efforts ahead of election – but will...

“Connecticut is really in very good shape” when it comes to averting cyberattacks, according to Secretary of the State Denise Merrill. However, she added, "There’s no such thing as an utterly safe system."

Fairfield County Five sees signs of success in efforts to draw...

The multi-municipality marketing group's Sept. 13 event in midtown Manhattan has resulted in a number of tech firms looking to tour the area with an eye toward relocation.

Greenwich man indicted for investment fraud

Leonid (Lenny) Pollak owned an unspecified Norwalk-based company that organized trade shows and expositions throughout the U.S.

CT hospitals collected $1.2 billion in outpatient fees over 3 years

The fees are collected for a range of services, such as eye surgery and psychotherapy, performed at off-site facilities run by hospitals and health networks.