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CT Dec. house, condo sales up; prices flat

Connecticut house sales closed out 2014 on a high, rising 2.4 percent in December but median prices finished flat, Realtors say.

CBRE: Hartford region’s ’14 office sales topped $186M

CBRE-New England released a fuller, more detailed version of its 2015 forecast last week that was chock full of noteworthy bits.

More Hartford public housing slated for redo

The Chester A. Bowles public housing community in Hartford’s North End is next in line for a makeover, city officials say.

Millennials to lead N. England's '15 sales

Homebuyers 35 and younger will pace New England's 2015 housing sales market, which will continue to see inventory shortages in desirable areas, Re/Max of New England forecasts.

$1.5M for Greater Hartford affordable housing

Proposed affordable housing projects in Hartford and New Britain will receive $1.5 million in state dollars, officials announced.

Sterling Machine's ex-Enfield home in $450K sale

An 18,000-square-foot Enfield industrial building recently sold for $450,000 and now houses commercial-cleaner Sparkle Services Inc.

The Grand ‘made sense’ to its first tenant

Gregory Seay |

Newly-retired Vermont state trooper Michael Macarilla was about to start a new job at Travelers Cos. in Hartford just as 2014 was edging to a close, and needed a place to live.

Area house, condo sales up in Dec.

Hartford area house sales rose 3.5 percent in December, capping a 2014 sales market that overall finished the year just slightly better than the previous one, area Realtors say.

CBRE: CT's high-bay, office market bright

Gregory Seay |

Central Connecticut's industrial-warehouse and downtown and suburban office sectors last year filled vacant spaces faster than they emptied, and prospects are good that trend will stay through 2015,...

Brown is Cornerstone's CEO; Reilly retiring

Scott D. Brown, who arrived a year ago as president at Hartford's Cornerstone Real Estate Advisers, has taken the reins as global CEO from David J. Reilly, who is retiring April 30, the firm says.

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