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Corelogic: CT foreclosure inventory declining as completions increase

The percentage of mortgaged Connecticut homes somewhere in the foreclosure process was 2.5 percent in September, down from 3.7 percent a year prior, according to Corelogic.

CT homebuilding permits doubled in Sept.

Connecticut nearly doubled its count of residential construction permits issued in September from a year ago, more proof of this year’s strengthening housing industry.

$20M+ expansion for W. Hfd.'s Chatfield

The Chatfield senior-living facility in West Hartford is preparing for a more than $20 million, 75,000-square-foot expansion that will accommodate 84 more assisted-living and memory-care residents...

Tallest buildings in Connecticut

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301 recast affordable-housing units bow in N. Britain

A pair of adjacent New Britain public-housing developments dating to World War II are now history, replaced with 301 modern units as part of an affordable-housing makeover whose...

CT's bankroll quickens brownfield redevelopment efforts

Gregory Seay |

Owners and developers of contaminated, vacant or underused Connecticut commercial-industrial sites are finding the state's funding window open for cleanup and redevelopment of...

Hartford's 100 Pearl skyscraper for sale

Gregory Seay |

Weeks after downtown Hartford's distressed CityPlace II skyscraper landed a new owner, a healthier office tower directly opposite – 100 Pearl Street – is on the sale block without an...

CT earmarks $51.5M to 6 apt. sites

Hartford's Billing Forge Apartments is getting $10 million to rehabilitate its 112 units as part of the state's ongoing funding to build or recondition thousands of affordable apartments.

Court orders Hartford to pay retroactive relocation benefits

A Superior Court judge this month found the City of Hartford in civil contempt for violating a 30-year-old settlement requiring it to provide relocation assistance and payments to tenants displaced...

CT house sales up, prices flat

Connecticut house sales rose in September, yet prices were flat, Realtors say.

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