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Women’s retailer Altar’d State opens in White Plains and sets sights...

Altar’d State was founded in 2009 and is headquartered in Knoxville, Tennessee.

Amazon to open first Connecticut retail store at SoNo Collection

The company is also finishing construction of its 855,000-square-foot fulfillment center in North Haven.

SoNo Collection to open Oct. 11, but many retailers will not...

Some of the tenant stores will not be open to the public until the first quarter of 2020.

Norwalk’s SoNo Collection holding hiring event

The Sept. 10 event is aimed at filling hundreds of the approximately 2,500 total jobs at the 700,000-square-foot retail center.

Nordstrom to hire 280 employees for SoNo Collection store

The three-level, 140,000-square-foot store is scheduled to open Oct. 11.

Nordstrom to open SoNo Collection store on Oct. 11

The new Norwalk store will be the retailer's third location in Connecticut.

Malls facing an uncertain future – even before SoNo Collection arrives

Even as the area anxiously awaits the much-hyped opening of the SoNo Collection megamall in Norwalk, there are conflicting signs about just how healthy the shopping mall sector is.

Pinstripes bowling and bocce concept bistro coming to SoNo Collection

The Norwalk location is currently hiring for a number of positions, including sous chef and front of house manager.

Sephora to open store at SoNo Collection mall

Sephora will be one of nearly 100 retailers at the SoNo Collection, which is set to open in October.

Fairfield County’s retail environment seeks to reinvent itself

“In Bridgeport, they are looking for more residential opportunities than commercial opportunities,” said Kim Galton, director of retail for Houlihan Lawrence’s Commercial Group.

Trumbull bringing the fun with quintet of entertainment-related businesses

Homegrown diversions Kidz Klub, D-BAT Academy and Technique Tigers Baseball Academy will soon exist alongside Trumbull franchises of national entertainment firms SeaQuest and Escapology.

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.

Residences at malls: An idea whose time has come?

Residents of Trumbull are wrestling with the perceived challenges of adding 280 residential units at its Westfield mall, while that kind of work is finding favor in other communities around the U.S.

The Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk seeks continued growth after 30 years

Annual attendance of nearly 500,000 results in an annual economic impact of $25 million on the city and $42 million on the state through visitor spending and execution of its $12.3 million budget.

Real estate forum considers the obstacles facing Fairfield County retail market

The idiosyncrasies and challenges that define Fairfield County’s retail property market were in the spotlight at the recent Second Annual Real Estate Outlook.