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Brookfield Property Partners to acquire company behind SoNo Collection for $9.25B

Brookfield, which currently owns approximately 34 percent of GGP stock, will pay $9.25 billion for the remaining GGP shares in this newly announced acquisition.

How will the SoNo Collection impact regional retailing?

The 700,000-square-foot SoNo Collection mall in Norwalk opens in October 2019, but its impact is already being felt in the region.

Norwalk hopes to carve out its own identity with planning process

Traffic, walkability and overdevelopment are much on the minds of Norwalk residents, according to a recently completed survey.

Westfield Trumbull mall owner being acquired by Parisian firm

Meanwhile, the company behind Norwalk's forthcoming SoNo Collection has rejected a takeover bid.

Brookfield Property Partners makes pitch to buy company behind SoNo Collection

The $525 million, 717,000-square-foot SoNo Collection megamall is expected to open in Norwalk in October 2019.

Region’s mayors: Growing cities is a team game

Leaders from Norwalk, Stamford, White Plains and Yonkers say urbanization is the wave of the future.

Norwalk architect has designs on new urban centers

“I’ve been working in this neighborhood since 1990,” said Beinfield in an interview at the 1 Marshall St. office for his Beinfield Architecture PC.

Macy’s closing 68 outlets, laying off 10,000; still plans to open...

The company expects to open a Bloomingdale's in the megamall in the fall of 2019.

Norwalk’s Washington Village redevelopment takes giant step forward

Upon completion, the 136-unit Washington Village public housing project will be replaced by a 273-apartment complex.

Development in Norwalk stretching well beyond forthcoming mega-mall

A much-discussed plan to develop projects in and around the South Norwalk Metro-North train station looks to finally be moving forward.

Proposed Sono Collection commercial center receives zoning approval

The Sono Collection, a more than 1 million-square-foot proposed retail shopping center to be built in South Norwalk, has received a critical approval from the city's zoning commission and may soon have the final permits necessary to break ground on the highly anticipated commercial hub.