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Keystone project for Stamford?

Bridgewater Associates’ new headquarters could become the keystone of a Stamford revitalization spanning four decades.

‘Competitive again’

Bridgewater Associates planned headquarters in Stamford is seen as a turning point in the city’s efforts to attract more companies and bring down its 20 percent vacancy rate.

Rocky Hill Marriott moves to Starwood Sheraton flag

A former Marriott hotel in Rocky Hill is now part of Starwood’s Sheraton family.

Kimco buys into Fairfield County market

Kimco, led by a onetime GE Capital executive, snapped up a retail district in Wilton Center.

Kayak moving HQ to Stamford

Kayak Software Corp. quietly took a lease on a new headquarters in Stamford’s Harbor Point district.

Retail, rebooted

From software to Bean boots, Fairfield County’s retail sector appears to be finding a new footing.

Starwood Capital buys Westfield malls

Starwood Capital is buying Westfield Group malls and is creating a new retail division.

A good question

You be the judge – would you rather have Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide Inc. settling in where you live, with more than 800...

Starwood Hotels doubles footprint in China

Starwood Hotels is on pace to double its China footprint to more than 200 hotels.

Starwood Capital plans Brooklyn hotel

With Toll Brothers, Starwood Capital Group unveiled plans for a hotel near the Brooklyn Bridge.

Distress test

Despite a recent spike in commercial real estate loans that are late on payments in Connecticut, lenders appear eager to move bad loans off...

Lawn Doctor franchisee sets the bar

After a nearly 20-year run in the hotel industry that took Jeff Angus from Seattle to Atlantic City and nearly a dozen locations in...

And the envelope please…

This year’s 40 Under 40 winners span every corner of Fairfield County’s landscape, both in terms of geography and industry.

Starwood Capital in big apt. deal

Starwood Capital Group is recapitalizing an apartment company that owns some 9,500 units.

Location is never just about incentives

No fiscally sound company makes a choice based solely on incentives. Can incentives provide a “tipping point” in the decision process or allow a new company to reach profitability sooner? Yes, and those are the best uses for incentives.