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CHFA boss Chatman leaving March 21

Gregory Seay |

Eric Chatman is quitting his post after 2 years as executive director-president of the Connecticut Housing Finance Authority to pursue other interests, effective March 21, the agency says.

Hamden's Sutton Towers draw $23.4M sale

Hamden’s Sutton Towers Condominiums recently changed hands for $23.375 million, brokers say.

Regulators finalize $130M CL&P rate increase

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The Public Utilities Regulatory Authority on Wednesday finalized its preliminary decision to approve a distribution rate increase of $130 million for Berlin electric utility Connecticut Light &...

777 Main beginning tenant interviews

Gregory Seay |

The landlord of downtown Hartford's tallest office tower-to-apartment conversion at 777 Main St. has set up a leasing office and begun accepting applications from potential residents for spring...

NY landlord’s portfolio adds Berlin, Rocky Hill sites

The New York landlord-developer converting ex-downtown Harford office space to apartments has added a pair of suburban professional office buildings to his mounting Connecticut realty...

Spec Route: Busway seen as ticket to realty development spurt

Gregory Seay |

In barely four more months, thousands of daily commuters will start riding the 9.4-mile CTfastrak busway linking the downtowns of Hartford and New Britain, with eight stops in between.

12 get $19.2M to revamp public housing

A dozen affordable-housing sites in Bristol, Enfield, Hartford, West Hartford and five more area and Connecticut communities are sharing $19.2 million in state grants to upgrade living units,...

CT Oct. home sales rose 7 percent

Connecticut single-family home sales had their best October since 2007, posting a 7 percent increase year over year, according to the Warren Group.

Mid’town’s Hunters Crossing sells for $82.8K per unit

Middletown's 198-unit Hunters Crossing apartments sold for $16.4 million, or $82,800 a unit, brokers say.

CT foreclosure inventory fell in Oct.

The percentage of mortgaged Connecticut homes somewhere in the foreclosure process declined in October, but the state still has the sixth-highest inventory of such homes, Corelogic said Thursday.

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