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Hartford area foreclosure rates declined in Oct.

Patricia Daddona |

The Greater Hartford foreclosure rate among outstanding mortgage loans was 1.16 percent for Oct. 2016, a three-tenths of a percentage point dip compared with the same month a year ago, according to...

Larson seeks funds for concrete study

Eric Bedner | Journal Inquirer |

Sen. Timothy D. Larson, D-East Hartford, is seeking funding for a Connecticut Academy of Science and Engineering study to determine the number of homes affected by crumbling concrete foundations and...

CT tops in Winstanley's $124M realty deal

Gregory Seay |

One of New England's biggest commercial landlords is deepening its bet on the U.S. future of electronic and rapid commerce with its $124 million purchase of a pool of warehouse-distribution...

Plainville med-office bldg. sold at $30.25M

Gregory Seay |

Connecticut builder-property manager Tomasso Group has sold the 72,022-square-foot Medical Arts Center at The Hartford Healthcare Cancer Institute for $30.25 million, brokers say.

Area home sales, prices rose in '16

Gregory Seay |

The Hartford region's single-family housing market ended 2016 on a mild note but 12-month sales and prices were better than a year earlier, Realtors say.

Hartford's $26.1M Capewell apartment conversion complete

Patricia Daddona | 1

An open house kicks off today to mark the completion of 72 apartments at the $26.1 million Capewell Loft redevelopment in Hartford.

Units in Windsor's Rivers Bend bring $44.5M

Gregory Seay |

A large block of living units in Windsor's Rivers Bend multifamily community has sold for $44.5 million, brokers say.

Report: Hartford area office, industrial vacancies projected to fall

Patricia Daddona |

Hartford is seeing industrial vacancies fall and office leasing expand, according to a commercial real estate forecast that suggests overall U.S., Canada, German and UK markets are still in flux.

Report: CT foreclosures rose in 2016, despite Nov./Oct. slowdown

Patricia Daddona |

Connecticut foreclosures increased in 2016, in contrast to most of the rest of the country, a new report shows.

Craft suds joining crab cakes at Bradley

Gregory Seay |

Air travelers to and from Connecticut's flagship airport have recently gotten two new spaces in which to relax and refuel, and soon will have a third.

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