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Rick Coleman named CEO at Star Equity Holdings

He joined the Old Greenwich-based firm as chief operating officer in January.

Mixed-use property in Old Greenwich sells for nearly $2M

The retail tenant has been in the space since 1958.

Old Greenwich’s Kidd & Co. acquires BRH Garver Construction

BRH Garver is focused on micro-tunneling.

Old Greenwich retail property listed for $2.75M sale

The retail property 1380 East Putnam Ave. in Old Greenwich has been listed for sale at $2.75 million. The single-story, 4,834-square-foot building was constructed in...

Six regional communities ranked in new listing of the nation’s priciest...

Four Fairfield County communities and two in Westchester were ranked among the nation’s 100 priciest ZIP codes in a new data analysis from PropertyShark.

Greenwich’s red-hot residential market up 12.8% in third quarter

Cos Cob recorded a 21.4% increase in average sales price, and a 39% rise in units sold, according to Sotheby's International.

Newtown parcel sold for $3.1M; to be developed for senior housing

The property is part of a 41-acre area, 27 acres of which have been preserved as open space.

Greenwich home sales soared in second quarter

Greater Greenwich posted an 87.3% increase over Q2 2020.

Speakeasy AI names industry expert new chief operating officer

Paulo Barrett, previously chief operating officer at Creative Virtual, was hired as part of a leadership expansion for an anticipated period of rapid growth for Speakeasy AI.

Six area communities ranked among nation’s priciest post-Covid ZIP codes

California and New York led the states with the most expensive luxury real estate markets.

Bouncing Back: 4-star Hyatt Regency Greenwich taking ‘methodical approach’ to reopening

Reopening on July 1, the 361-room/12-suite hotel is in the midst of rehiring most of the 150 employees it furloughed since closing on March 24.

Ecco restaurant coming to Trumbull’s Long Hill Green

The group behind Ecco also operates eateries in Fairfield, New Canaan, Old Greenwich and White Plains.

New study finds Connecticut trails Massachusetts for pricey real estate

Riverside’s 06878 was Connecticut’s most expensive ZIP code with a median sale price of $1.63 million.

Three Gold Coast localities among nation’s priciest 100 ZIP codes

No Westchester locality was included in the