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Southport developer repurposes commercial property in strong market

Summit Development's latest projects include a three-building commercial property in Danbury and the Chappaqua Crossing development in Westchester.

Inspira Marketing Group doubles its space in South Norwalk

Inspira has developed campaigns for such clients as Microsoft, Diageo, and Life Is Good.

Industrial warehouse in Bridgeport sold for $400,000

The building sits on 29 acres near the Pequonnock River near Route 8/25 and I-95.

Danbury’s nearly full Lee Farm office space up for sale

The Class A, approximately 215,000-square-foot office building has just 9,700 square feet remains available.

Southport office building sells

Vidal Wettenstein inks a $2.35M deal, with the property's new owners planning a complete renovation

Gun company posts solid quarter

Sturm Ruger sales spike.

Ruger to open new plant in North Carolina

Ruger, which is based in Southport, currently has plants in Newport, N.H., and Prescott, Ariz., where it collectively employs more than 2,000 people.

Westport envy?

A development team is promising to reinvigorate Church Lane, and by extension downtown Westport.

PE fundraising doubles in Q2

As Greenfield Partners readied a new fund, a report found that private equity capital raising more than doubled in the second quarter.

Southport exec nets Big East job

The Big East Conference named Southport resident Mike Aresco as its new commissioner.

Pediatric center spurs medical real estate

Yale-New Haven Children’s Hospital has opened a new pediatric specialty center in Norwalk, spurring another mini medical services real estate boom.

Southport firm tabbed for business Hall of Fame

The Southport investment banking advisory firm Carter Morse & Mathias is being inducted into the Connecticut Business Hall of Fame, along with four other individuals from other parts of the state.

Ruger sets sights on crossbows

Sturm Ruger took a stake in Kodabow, a crossbow maker in West Chester, Pa.

In the field

For a brief moment in time, UTC’s workforce dipped below the 200,000 mark, and other news on Fairfield County business.

Pharming futures

Pharmacies continue to be a safe bet for retail developers.