According to Shelbourne Global Solutions, LLC, its building at 100 Pearl St. is slated for amenity improvements and common area upgrades. The make-over plans for a golf-themed lobby including a virtual golf simulator, putting green, Norwich, CT
Trion Holdings, a Yonkers and New York City-based investment firm, sold their property at 102 Stonington Rd. to Casa Real Estate LLC who paid $9.2 million for the property. The property consists of 71 two-bedroom units.South Windsor, CT
Confluent Senior Living and Harbor Retirement Associates (HRA) are set to begin construction on a 111,951 s/f senior living community. Scheduled to break ground this month, HarborChase of Evergreen Walk will deliver 113 unitsEast Haven, CT
According to Pearce Real Estate, Richard Lombardo of the Milford office, sold a 40,000 s/f building on 6 acres located at 110 Commerce St. for $1.8 million.
RIPCO Real Estate (RIPCO) has signed a lease for its first Connecticut office – and fifth in the Tri-State Region. Located at 2 Greenwich Office Park, RIPCO’s Connecticut outpost will allow the firm to growShelton, CT
Chris O’Hara, senior vice president of Coldwell Banker Commercial NRT (CBC) represented The United Illuminating Co. (UI) in the $6.6 million sale of 801 Bridgeport Ave. The property consisted of 104,000 s/f of office/warehouseLitchfield, CT
Worth Avenue Capital, LLC (WAC) closed a $70,000 commercial loan to a small business in Litchfield County. The loan proceeds will be used by the borrower for working capital purposes and the loanWestport, CT
Halloran Sage attorney Eric Bernheim will present at the International Council of Shopping Centers’ (ICSC) U.S. Law Conference October 23-25 in San Diego. Bernheim’s workshop, “Lenders and Landlords and Tenants
Marcus & Millichap completes the sale of Brooklyn Commons, a 106,900 s/f retail property, according to John Horowitz, regional manager of the firm’s Boston office. The asset sold for $4.315 million.Montville, CT
A 9.41 acre parcel of industrial land at 161 Leffingwell Rd., has changed hands, according to Ron Lyman, CCIM, CEO of Lyman Real Estate, who brokered both sides of the deal.