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CityPlace II auctioned for well above $6.5M

Gregory Seay |

CityPlace II has a new owner who paid well above the $6.5 million opening bid price for the stubbier of a pair of look-alike office towers in downtown Hartford, an online commercial property...

CT’s new home starts take July dip

Connecticut’s new-housing starts slowed appreciably in July but the pace of housing construction remains ahead of a year earlier, the state says.

Hartford's 101 Pearl sold to investor group

Gregory Seay |

A downtown redevelopment team proposing to convert a pair of derelict downtown Hartford office towers into apartments has acquired one of the Pearl Street buildings from the city for $500,000,...

Surging Middletown has Middlesex County in tow

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The picture-postcard setting of Middletown belies the economic resurgence the town and its surrounding region have experienced in recent years.

Hartford vets ballpark, development proposals

Hartford city officials conducted interviews Thursday with the three groups vying to develop Downtown North into a retail-residential-commercial development that includes a minor league baseball...

Hfd. area’s July home listings grew with sales

More Greater Hartford houses flooded onto the sales market in July, which also saw increased sales, brokers say.

CT electric suppliers customer satisfaction above average

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Connecticut retail electric suppliers rank higher than average in residential customers satisfaction, according to California firm J.D. Power & Associates.

Six Constitution bldgs. back on the sales block

Six buildings in downtown Hartford’s Constitution Plaza are again being marketed for sale, this time by owner MetLife.

Glastonbury senior-facility The Hearth debuts in Sept.

After a decade-long search for the ideal location in town, a New York developer is opening a 135-unit independent and assisted-living senior apartment community, The Hearth At Glastonbury, this fall...

Hershey's former CT chocolate factory site for sale

The site of chocolate maker Hershey's former Naugatuck plant, which it vacated in 2007 and leveled four years later, will be sold in an online auction next month, auctioneer CBRE said.

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