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W. Hfd. plans transit-oriented development on New Park Ave.

The West Hartford Housing Authority (WHHA), fresh off the debut of its newest mixed-market rate housing development in town, is readying its next building project.

Amenities are magnets for Hartford's newest apts.

Gregory Seay |

Since the converted 179 Allyn St. apartments downtown reopened in June, newcomers have wasted little time taking advantage of two of the building's tenant amenities — the resident lounge and...

100 Pearl's seller buying The Hartford's campus

Gregory Seay |

The New Jersey landlord that last spring sold off its downtown Hartford skyscraper is back, this time with a tentative offer for The Hartford's 172-acre Simsbury campus and anchor office building.

Syracuse energy provider expanding into CT

Syracuse, N.Y. energy provider BlueRock Energy has expanded into Connecticut later this year, with specific concentrations in Hartford and New Haven counties this year.

Ex-Avon cop donates space for Favarh’s new home

Favarh — The Arc of the Farmington Valley — has a new Avon home for its firewood bundling operations.

More CT users value owning space than leasing

Gregory Seay |

In March, entrepreneurs Patrick Sweeny and David Connelly pulled off a feat they had been desperate to do for some time: They bought an office building in Glastonbury to house their expanding...

CHFA’s $161M bond issue for housing

The state’s quasi-public housing-finance arm says it will sell Wednesday $161 million in tax-exempt bonds to fund about 900 more single-family mortgages to low- and moderate-income homebuyers.

CT’s June home sales strengthen

Statewide sales of houses and condominiums climbed in June from a year ago but prices softened, Realtors say.

CT home cash sales fell in April

The ratio of all-cash home sales across Connecticut declined in April, according to Corelogic.

Area June home sales mixed

Buyers of Hartford region houses ramped up their purchases in June, but prices remain soft and days on the market lengthened, area Realtors say.

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