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Hartford highrise gets LEED Platinum rating

Matt Pilon |

The 777 Main high-rise apartment building in downtown Hartford has received the highest possible LEED certification from the U.S. Green Building Council.

CT records second highest distressed home sales in U.S.

Patricia Daddona |

Connecticut had the second largest share of distressed homes sales in June at 14.8 percent, surpassed only by Maryland at 19.4 percent, according to data by CoreLogic.

Greater Hartford foreclosure, delinquency rates decline in July

Patricia Daddona |

The foreclosure rate on outstanding mortgage loans in the Hartford metro region declined in July, along with mortgage rate delinquencies, according to CoreLogic.

CT housing permits rebound in August

Gregory Seay |

Permits for new housing construction statewide rose modestly in August, reversing four previous months of declines, state data shows.

Hartford to house Barberino's third dealership

Gregory Seay |

One of Connecticut's largest Mitsubishi auto dealerships will open its third new-used car showroom and service store on the former Crowley Chevrolet-Hummer grounds on the Hartford-West Hartford...

Greater Hartford home cash sales slide in June

Patricia Daddona |

Cash sales in the Greater Hartford region accounted for 20.5 percent of total home sales in June 2016, down 6.3 percentage points year over year from June 2015, according to CoreLogic.

Deringer-Ney’s Bloomfield site for sale at $2.2M

The Deringer-Ney Inc. commercial property in Bloomfield's Ney Industrial Park is on the market for sale at $2.2 million or for lease, brokers say.

CT home, condo sales rose in August

Gregory Seay |

Connecticut single- and attached-home sales rose in August, but median sale prices were mixed, Realtors say.

Aug. area house, condo sales, prices up

Gregory Seay |

Sales of single-family houses and condominiums in the Greater Hartford region rose in August, along with median sale prices for both housing categories, Realtors say.

Bristol’s Stony Brook Commons in $3.5M sale

The downtown Bristol office-complex that houses The Wheeler Health & Wellness Center and other health tenants sold recently for $3.5 million, brokers say.

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