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Simsbury's Landmark to acquire Canadian assets for $29M

Simsbury private equity and real estate company Landmark Partners said it will acquire pieces of Toronto-based Aberdeen International's investment portfolio for $29 million.

Margaret Wilcox & Assoc. named top realty agency

Margaret Wilcox & Associates of Glastonbury was named to the2014 REAL Trends Best Real Estate Agents in America.Margaret Wilcox & Associates...

Q poll results may trigger more evasion and attacks

Chris Powell |

With the latest Quinnipiac University poll on Connecticut's election for governor showing Republican Tom Foley 6 percent ahead of Governor Malloy even as petitioning candidate and gun...

Second Newington center sale brings $630K

A 5,880-square-foot retail building in Newington's Market Square is the second structure in that downtown area to undergo a sale in recent months, brokers say.

CL&P has most reliable year in 2013

Brad Kane |

Berlin electric utility Connecticut Light & Power had its most reliable year in 2013, experiencing its lowest frequency of power outages since the state started tracking the data in 1996, regulatory...

Pratt's mission control handles suppliers, mining shortages, military coups

Brad Kane |

New East Hartford command center enables Pratt & Whitney to lower supplier delays by 38 percent.

Allied World's Farm'ton HQ sells for $20.5M

Gregory Seay |

The Farmington office building that is regional U.S. headquarters for Swiss insurer Allied World Assurance Co. has sold for $20.5 million to a Boston investor who just recently plunked down millions...

CT invests $100M pension money for realty stakes

Connecticut will invest as much as $100 million in state workers' and teachers' retirement assets with Greenwich money-manager Starwood Capital Group Global L.P. to plow into overseas real estate,...

CT widens net to lift shellfish harvests

Gregory Seay |

Connecticut's agriculture overseer says it has issued policy and lease changes aimed at sustaining and boosting safe shellfish harvests from Long Island Sound beds fishermen rent from the state.

CT July home sales up slightly, but prices still lagging

Connecticut single-family home sales saw a slight 1 percent increase in July, but sales prices continue to drop, according to the latest report by The Warren Group, publisher of The Commercial Record.

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