July 15, 2019 - Bridgeport


The Lighthouse at Steelpointe Harbor, located at 10 East Main Street in Bridgeport, with its three-story wood beamed atrium, sea-glass chandelier, first-class restaurant, and available waterfront office space has opened for business. Its 45,000 square feet of space is the newest jewel of Bridgeport development projects. The three-story 95-foot tall lighthouse themed building sits on Bridgeport Harbor at the tip of the East Side peninsula known as Steelpointe Harbor. Following the development of the area upland of Stratford Ave, the Lighthouse is the beginning of the development phase that will bring people back to the city’s urban waterfront.

Along with the 10,000 square foot restaurant the building has become the developers’ home for both land-based and marine operation. The developer is Bridgeport Landing Development (BLD) a division of the RCI group. RCI managing partner, Robert Christoph Jr. says that in addition to the BOCA Oyster Bar restaurant which opened in June, with both indoor and outdoor patio dining, another 8,000 square feet of office space overlooking the Harbor Walk and Marina will become available this summer.


June 26, 2019 - Bridgeport

BRBC and CBIA Legislative Wrap Up

More than 80 business and community leaders participated in a Bridgeport Regional Business Council (BRBC), Connecticut Business and Industry Association (CBIA), and Housatonic Community College hosted panel discussion and networking event with Connecticut legislators following the close of the 2019 legislative and budget session.


June 20, 2019 - Bridgeport

Bridgeport-Stratford Opportunity Zone Information Forum 

For the second year in a row the Bridgeport Regional Business Council (BRBC), in collaboration with several local partners, held a Bridgeport-Stratford Opportunity Zone Information Forum at the Bijou Theatre in downtown Bridgeport. The forum occurred on June 20th and its purpose was to provide clarity on Opportunity Zone guidance recently issued by the US Department of the Treasury.   The forum was free of charge with a networking reception at the end of the formal program and attracted 85 attendees.  Attendees came from throughout Fairfield and New Haven Counties, and a wide variety of industry sectors, including banking, real estate, construction, equity finance, and legal.  

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