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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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  • Major bioscience incubator project planned for downtown New Haven

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  • Windsor’s long-awaited Great Pond development debuts first apartments

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  • New distribution plant site marketed for Route 5S in town of Florida

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  • Winstanley JV Acquires 23-property Retail Portfolio

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  • International Food Retailer Leases 975,000 SF at 1339 Tolland Turnpike

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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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Major bioscience incubator project planned for downtown New Haven

Michael Bingham and Tuccitto Sullo, Hartford Business Journal Winstanley Enterprises LLC of Concord, Mass., Connecticut’s largest owner of warehouses, plans a major development at an address that does not today exist: 101 College Street. The 500,000-square-foot 101 College Street project would house approximately 100,000 square feet of incubator space for life-sciences enterprises that have advanced beyond […]

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Windsor’s long-awaited Great Pond development debuts first apartments

Windsor’s Day Hill Road has been a breeding ground for industrial developments in recent decades, giving birth to thousands of blue-collar jobs just north of the Capital City. Last month, the largely commercial corridor welcomed its first multifamily housing development. Last month, the largely commercial corridor welcomed its first multifamily housing development. The first piece […]

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New distribution plant site marketed for Route 5S in town of Florida

Winstanley Enterprises of Massachusetts has begun marketing a 143-acre site on Route 5S as a shovel-ready “Built to Suit” location to potential tenants looking to lease a not-yet-constructed distribution plant at the site. Florida Planning Board Chairman Michael Taylor said Winstanley completed the state Environmental Quality Review Act (SEQR) process in November, and has received site […]

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Winstanley JV Acquires 23-property Retail Portfolio

A real estate portfolio comprised of 23 Stop & Shop supermarket properties, including three in Connecticut, has sold for $150 million, officials say. Mass.-based Winstanley Enterprises, Connecticut’s largest commercial landlord, and New York’s Surrey Equities LLC say they recently acquired the supermarket properties from Stamford’s Philip Morris Capital Corporation. The locations are leased by Ahold Lease […]

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International Food Retailer Leases 975,000 SF at 1339 Tolland Turnpike

A food retailer that owns Stop & Shop and other supermarkets will run a grocery distribution center in a massive Manchester warehouse, bringing up to 700 new jobs to the town and region, company officials announced Tuesday. Ahold Delhaize has signed a 15-year lease with Winstanley Enterprises for 975,000 square feet in the two-million-square-foot warehouse […]

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