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  • Blumenthal, others call for more federal funds for research in CT

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  • Ground to be broken on next phase of New Haven’s Downtown Crossing project

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  • Suburban Boston building leased to Stop & Shop trades for $35.5M

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  • Developer Winstanley bets big on New Haven as a bioscience hub

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  • PZC approves Amazon package distribution center for Windsor

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  • Biotower Plan Proceeds Despite Pandemic

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  • Amazon wants to open last-mile warehouse off New York state Thruway

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  • Winstanley acquires South Windsor warehouse pair for $44M

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Blumenthal, others call for more federal funds for research in CT

Luther Turmelle | New Haven Register NEW HAVEN — Technology entrepreneurs and representatives from the University of Connecticut and Yale met Friday with U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal and Sethuraman Panchanathan, director of the National Science Foundation, in an effort to lobby for more federal money to fund research in Connecticut. Blumenthal, D-Conn., is urging Congress […]

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Ground to be broken on next phase of New Haven’s Downtown Crossing project

ROB POLANSKY, MATT MCFARLAND | wfsb.com The City’s Downtown Crossing project and the 101 College Street Development are entering Phase 3. New Haven Mayor Justin Elicker, Gov. Ned Lamont, Sen. Richard Blumenthal and Rep. Rosa DeLauro participated in Monday morning’s groundbreaking. The 101 College Street Development includes the construction of a 10-story building that will support […]

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Suburban Boston building leased to Stop & Shop trades for $35.5M

JLL Capital Markets Press Release JLL Capital Markets announced today that it has completed the $35.5 million sale of a 69,000-square-foot, single-tenant retail building net leased by Stop & Shop Supermarket in the Boston urban core community of Watertown, Massachusetts.  JLL marketed the property on behalf of the seller, Winstanley Enterprises, LLC and Surrey Equities LLC, and […]

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Developer Winstanley bets big on New Haven as a bioscience hub

Natalie Missakian, New Haven Biz Developer Carter Winstanley has spent the last 22 years working to build up a life science hub in New Haven. In the beginning, he set a modest benchmark for success. Two decades later, 300 George is at capacity, and two subsequent Winstanley bioscience buildings — 25 Science Park and 100 […]

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PZC approves Amazon package distribution center for Windsor

Abigail Brone, Journal Inquirer After a lengthy discussion Tuesday night, the Planning and Zoning Commission unanimously approved plans to convert a vacant industrial building on Helmsford Way into an Amazon package distribution center. The 154,496-square-foot building at 100, 80, and 60 Helmsford Way was constructed in 1994 and includes 24 acres of land but has […]

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Biotower Plan Proceeds Despite Pandemic

Thomas Breen and Emily Hays, New Haven Independent The developer of a planned new half-a-million square-foot bioscience lab and office tower at 101 College St. said the Covid-19 pandemic has only encouraged him to proceed with the estimated $100 million building project. He said that’s because the dual public health and economic crises have underscored […]

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Amazon wants to open last-mile warehouse off New York state Thruway

Steven Totten, Albany Business Review Amazon wants to open a “last-mile” warehouse off Interstate 90 in Montgomery County on the fast-growing Route 5S Corridor where national and regional retailers, a baby food maker and a cleaning product supplier already employ more than 1,700 workers. Winstanley Enterprises of Massachusetts is seeking approvals to add a second […]

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Winstanley acquires South Windsor warehouse pair for $44M

Joe Cooper, Hartford Business Journal Connecticut’s largest owner of warehouses has increased its footprint by 460,000 square feet in South Windsor. According to the town’s assessor’s office, Winstanley acquired a 292,000-square-foot dry-goods distribution center, 135 Sullivan Ave., occupied by Mobis Parts of America for more than $23.1 million. It also paid $21 million for a […]

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