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CT investing $68M in 159 brownfields

The Department of Economic and Community Development has invested $68.4 million in grants and loans to 159 brownfields throughout the state, according to a new published report on the...

With Legault, developer CIL soars as landlord

Gregory Seay |

By late May, the Corporation For Independent Living (CIL) expects to have in its hands title to the derelict Capewell Horsenails factory in Hartford's South End in a bid to convert the idle eyesore...

New brownfields director to organize redevelopment

Brad Kane |

For the first time, Connecticut has a director focused on redeveloping all the state's blighted brownfields back into productive use.

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#4 Fiduciary Investment AdvisorsFiduciary Investment Advisors is an investment advisory consulting firm providing consulting services to retirement plans (both...

State aid to businesses hits overdrive under Malloy

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The Malloy administration has opened Connecticut's credit and grant window to businesses to the tune of $234.7 million the last two fiscal years. That's about 74 percent more than the state handed...

CT Green Guide publishes Spring edition

HBJ's sustainable business-to-business magazine on Monday published its Spring 2014 edition, looking at the crisis in the waste-to-energy industry, the burden new customers face with natural gas...

UConn’s new development duo focused on building tech park, industry alliances

Gregory Seay |

With a solid base from its outgoing economic development chief, UConn is well on its way recruiting corporate collaborators who can achieve the university's goal of becoming a hub for transforming...

CT negotiators want more from UTC

Brad Kane |

Connecticut state officials left many unfulfilled demands on the negotiating table in striking a $4.5 billion deal with United Technologies Corp. and want to get the Hartford conglomerate in further...

Woodbury preps for 20th Earth Day celebration

The Woodbury Business and Economic Development Committee is prepping for the town's 20th annual Earth Day celebration on April 26.

Partners Winstanley, ABB close in on Great Pond's launch

Gregory Seay |

Three years after officials unveiled plans to redevelop a 653-acre brownfield into an expansive mixed-use development called Great Pond Village, work could start as soon as this summer.

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