4/25/2016 – The Yale Daily News interviewed and quoted Chris Nicotra in THIS article about New Haven’s burgeoning youth population.
NEW HAVEN >> Two new restaurants are coming to the city, while the New Haven business climate got a shout-out at a recent meeting of commercial real estate brokers from New Haven and Middlesex counties. Chris Nicotra, managing partner of Olympia Properties, said Mecha Noodle Bar, which has locations in Fairfield and South Norwalk, has… Continue reading NEW HAVEN GETTING TWO NEW EATERIES AS INVESTORS SEE BRIGHT FUTURE IN CITY
Two establishments — one serving craft beer and the other Asian fusion noodles — will join downtown New Haven’s bar and restaurant scene in the coming months. Owners of the The Beer Collective — a bar that will serve beer produced by small-scale specialty breweries — signed a lease in late February with New Haven… Continue reading NEW RESTAURANTS TO SERVE NOODLES, BEER
“The obvious explanation for the recent popularity of the more affordable Class B office space would be that tenants, suffering the effects of a prolonged eco- nomic slump, have tightened their belts and migrated into less expensive quarters,” reports John Keogh of Colliers International, in his first-quarter 2013 market report, which tracks 59 office properties.… Continue reading MAKING A ‘B’ LINE FOR DOWNTOWN SPACE
An article in the New Haven Independent reported that a national ranking released this week affirms what local developer Chris Nicotra has been seeing around town: “The biggest problem we have with apartments in the city is that we don’t have enough.”
An article in the New Haven Register reported that New Haven’s office real estate market held relatively steady in the third quarter, with nonprofits and startups filling some of the space being vacated by large corporations, according to data released this week. Chris Nicotra, managing principal of Olympia Properties, said he is seeing strong demand… Continue reading VACANCY RATE IN NEW HAVEN ‘FAIRLY HEALTHY’
According to Christopher Nicotra in an article in the New Haven Register, prospects are looking up in the New Haven real estate market. “Confidence has resumed in the marketplace and tenants are expanding, taking additional space in buildings when available, and new start-up ventures are looking for space,” he said.