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Vidal/Wettenstein founder shows no signs of slowing, 50 years in

“I’ll be here as long as I have my health and my marbles,” said founder and principal Randy Vidal. “The ones he hasn’t already lost,” quipped his partner Bruce Wettenstein.

Wind River Environmental relocates from Newtown to Monroe

The liquid waste management service provider has signed a lease for the remaining space at 154 Enterprise Drive.

Westport professional building sells for $1.15 million

The developer plans to renovate the building to set up an office for its own operations and lease out the remaining space for professional use.

Stratford flex building sells for $1.045 million

The property consists of a 10,216-square-foot building with one loading dock on 0.67 acres.

Connecticut Renaissance establishes new HQ in Shelton

Connecticut Renaissance is a non-profit multi-service agency that has been providing mental health, substance abuse and community release services since 1967.

Scinto pays $1.5M for Shelton property; plans retail center

Scinto is also in the process of constructing a multi-building retail and medical center on nearby Bridgeport Avenue.

Accuspec sells Monroe site for $1.2 million

Accuspec sold the building and moved its operations to Danbury.

Energy Solutions relocating to two buildings within Shelton

Construction operations will move to 23 Bridgeport Ave., while other departments are being moved to 100 Beard Sawmill Rd.

Stew Leonard’s takes over third floor of Westport Avenue office building

The move represents a relocation of the grocery chain’s ancillary support teams.

Norwalk office building sells for $1.4 million

A local businesswoman bought a Norwalk office building for $1.4 million after recent buyers flipped the property.

Two companies lease office space in Stratford

Unicare will move to the town from Bridgeport, and Eastern Connection will expand its Stratford presence with offices on Long Beach Boulevard.

Three offices filled in Westport

Vidal/Wettenstein closes the deal.