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CT’s Jan. housing-permit tally listed

Connecticut saw 255 permits issued for single- and multi-family housing in January, authorities say.

Farmington in vitro center relos, expands in town

The Center for Advanced Reproductive Services (CARS) has relocated to new and larger space in Farmington.

Homeownership fell last year in Hartford area

The proportion of Greater Hartford households that own their home continued to decline last year, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.

Snow sandbags CT's Jan. house sales

Gregory Seay |

A frigid, snowy January cut into sales of Connecticut single-family houses last month, while demand for condominiums/townhouses grew, two Realtors surveys say.

UConn Health relos to E. Hartford building

UConn Health has consolidated some of its patient practices and other operations into newly renovated medical-office space in an East Hartford building overlooking the Connecticut River and downtown...

Small tenants, big returns for this CT landlord

Gregory Seay |

For nearly a century, The Landmark Building at 760 Hopmeadow St. has been a visible anchor in Simsbury Center.

Demand, not rents, leads rebirth in Hartford’s industrial market

Gregory Seay |

A few months back, Kim Gajewski went shopping around the Hartford market for a bigger distribution-warehouse than the one her employer, freight-forwarder Pilot Freight Services, currently occupies in...

$20M sought to make DoNo apts. 'affordable'

Gregory Seay |

The developer building a downtown Hartford ballpark says it needs $20 million in public funding to include affordable apartments in its next development phase that also envisions a supermarket and...

CT’s ’14 home sales, prices dip from ‘13

Connecticut house sales rose the final month of 2014, but 12-month sales wound up slightly below those of the previous year, The Warren Group says.

Alterra-Rocky Hill owners erecting second apts. in town

The developer of Rocky Hill's first new apartments in two decades has broken ground for its second rental complex in town, with an estimated $26 million development price tag.

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