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Hartford’s Pratt St. makeover nearly done

The sight of construction and work crews along Pratt Street in downtown Hartford since April has been frustrating for merchants, landlords, motorists and pedestrians.

HUD says some federal funds could be used for foundations

Eric Bedner | Journal Inquirer |

U.S. Rep. Joseph D. Courtney, D-2nd District, today released a letter from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development that indicates municipalities might have a way to pursue federal grant...

CT losing construction employees

Patricia Daddona |

Construction employment in Connecticut has been on the decline this past year, according to the Arlington, Va.-based Associated General Contractors of America (AGCA).

CT construction industry's challenges among toughest in U.S.

Patricia Daddona | 1

When Allstate Fire Systems submitted a bid in August to install sprinkler systems as part of a $4 million Hartford Public Library interior-renovation project, five other companies competed for the...

CRCOG: 19K homes could have crumbling foundations

Eric Bedner | Journal Inquirer |

More than 19,000 homes in eastern and north-central Connecticut could have, or end up with, crumbling concrete foundations, according to a Capitol Region Council of Governments study, but it is...

Mohegan-backed restaurant coming to Enfield

A company owned by the Mohegan Tribe will open a Smashburger franchise, its fifth, in Enfield, later this year.

Foundation issues spreading to condominium complexes

Eric Bedner | Journal Inquirer |

At least four developments in area towns, including three condominium complexes, are deteriorating from failing concrete foundations, an issue that continues to plague northeastern and north-central...

215 luxury Bloomfield apts. coming to its center

Demolition and site work has begun on a six-acre Bloomfield tract near the town center for a 215-unit luxury apartment community.

Audit: Downtown North costs exceed $102M

Patricia Daddona | 2

The city of Hartford's investment in the Downtown North development, which includes construction of the Dunkin' Donuts Park baseball stadium, exceeds $102 million to date, according to an audit from...

CT's July housing permits lag

Gregory Seay | 1

Connecticut's pace of new housing construction continued to slow in July, a new survey shows.

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