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W. Hartford lux hotel nears site work

Gregory Seay |

Site work for the proposed West Hartford luxury boutique hotel in the shadow of Blue Back Square should begin in early April, followed by construction for a summer 2016 opening, a town official says.

CT’s parcels $60M for affordable housing

The state of Connecticut’s two main housing promoters are providing more than $60 million to 14 affordable-housing projects statewide, authorities say.

CT's housing-permit tally slips in Feb.

Connecticut communities issued 116 new-housing permits in February, less than half the number issued a month ago, authorities say.

Green Guide publishes Spring edition

Doosan plans to succeed where UTC failed. Connecticut has revamped motorists' commutes. The state Green Bank enters its next phase.

Construction-relo specialist acquired

Construction and relocation specialist Diversified Project Management, co-headquartered in Hartford, said it has been acquired by Pennsylvania's STV Group, which has an office in Milford.

Hartford to host 2K robotics fans

About 2,000 New England high school pupils, instructors and supporters are due in Hartford, beginning March 28, for a two-day annual robotics competition.

JumpingClay opens in Enfield

JumpingClay USA is opening later this week its first U.S. creative clay-arts academy in Enfield.

Mohegans seek more gaming markets

Brad Kane |

The incoming president of the Mohegan Tribe's gaming division plans to expand into four or five new markets in the next five to 10 years, while significantly lowering the casino's debt, as...

Construction Institute looks to future with new exec. director

Q&A talks about construction industry trends with Nancy Greenwald, who recently took over as executive director of Hartford's Construction Institute from Bob Cianci.

Biggest stadium construction challenge: Transparency

Keith Griffin Special to the Hartford Business Journal |

What's the biggest challenge in building a baseball stadium in Hartford? It's not so much the physical difficulties.

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